If the Republican Party is good at only one thing, it’s getting middle class people to vote against their own best interest. For years the GOP has convinced average voters that their party really cares about them, and that their policies that only benefit the wealthy are still best for the country. And the voters continue to keep buying this worn out line. Mike Papantonio seeks to find out why voters keep voting against their own interests with Dr. Jonathan Haidt, professor of psychology at New York University’s Stern School of Business.