Brooks shows that those who say they strongly oppose redistribution by government to remedy income inequality give over 10 times more to charity than those who strongly support government intervention, with a difference of $1,627 annually versus $140 to all causes. The average donation to educational causes among redistributionists was eight dollars per year, compared with $140 from their ideological opposites, and $96 annually to health care causes from free marketeers versus $11 from egalitarians.
O maravilhoso mundo do “wishful thinking” e sua contrapartida nos dados da realidade cruel…
Mas, claro, estamos falando dos EUA. No Brasil, ainda não vi dados similares.