Several psychological studies have linked various emotional states to patterns in voting. When voters are happy with life, they are more likely to vote for the party in power. When voters are angry, they pay less attention to details about candidates. When voters are fearful, they examine information more carefully. Finally, voters who are more prone to feeling disgust are more likely to vote for right-wing conservative candidates and issues.
Which of the following is a logical conclusion that can be drawn from these studies?