Politics of 10 Random Celebrities

Celebrities command attention. When they speak, you listen. When they walk, you watch. When they go to the bathroom to do their business, you burst in there to take an awkward selfie. You know – the usual.

One thing we’re always particularly interested in, however, is their beliefs. We want to know what they think of life – so that we can think so too. Kidding! At least, I hope I am. But still, we love to find out if their way of thinking is in line with ours. It gives us common ground. Even though they drive a different Ferrari for every day of the week and park their helicopter on the roof of their New York City penthouse, there is at least one thing that the two of you share. Let’s see if political leaning is that one thing. 

  1. Bruce Springsteen
    The Boss of Rock ‘n’ Roll has long been a supporter of the Democratic Party, holding concerts to rally the troops around campaign time.
  2. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
    The Rock was a big supporter of George W. Bush during his presidential campaign and even attended the Republican National Convention.
  3. Ben Affleck
    Anyone even vaguely familiar with the Boston native has the inkling that he leans towards the left.
  4. Sylvester Stallone
    During the 2008 election, old Sly announced his support for the Republican Party and candidate John McCain.
  5. Gwyneth Paltrow
    When he was up for reelection in 2012, Paltrow threw President Obama an impressive fundraiser at her home.
  6. Arnold Schwarzenneger
    Apparently, action stars are born leaning to the right, as the Terminator star took on the role of California’s Republican Governator from 2003 to 2011.
  7. Samuel L. Jackson
    Marvel’s Nicky Fury appeared in ads supporting the Democratic Party candidate, Barack Obama, in the latest election.
  8. Lindsay Lohan
    Though Lohan has approved of the way President Obama has handled himself in recent years, she was a strong advocate for Republican candidate Mitt Romney.
  9. Snoop Dogg
    The rapper is a big supporter of the Democratic Party and President Barack Obama, saying that his support for the man is largely because, “He mad cool yo.”
  10. Adam Sandler
    Not only is Sandler a registered Republican, but the New York native made substantial contributions to then-presidential candidate, Republican Rudy Giuliani.