How to find out if you’re living in a socialist country
Millions of Americans live in countries where their state-owned enterprises are run by socialists.
The U.S. has nearly 30,000 such businesses, but a new report by the Center for American Progress finds that fewer than 20 percent of them are officially registered with the government.
The center found that the number of socialists in America is actually about 1 percent of the population.
That means there are about 6.5 million Americans who aren’t socialists, according to the group.
“These aren’t people who are just doing their job,” said Dan Gross, the report’s co-author.
In fact, Gross says, it’s a pretty small number.
For example, there are only about 2,000 registered members of the American Socialist Party in the United States, Gross said.
More than half of the socialists in the country live in California, New York and Massachusetts.
And fewer than a third of those who are registered with a socialist group are active in the political sphere.
There’s no good way to tell whether a socialist is a communist, Gross noted.
“But there are certain ways you can tell that a person is a socialist.
There are some very strong signs,” he said.
“And there are also some very weak signs.”
The Center for Progressive Reform is an advocacy organization for progressive causes.
But it’s not the only organization to come out with an analysis of how Americans vote.
A group of former campaign advisers published a book in April that looked at how the American people vote.
And a new study by the American Enterprise Institute found that voters tend to support the policies of parties that represent them.