Political Affiliations

How to Unlock: Visit Doctor Justin Ayo at the Institute (M5,6). This quest is one of the random quests that unlock.

Quest Objectives:

  • Talk to Mayor McDonough
  • Deliver the Mayor’s report to Doctor Justin Ayo

The mayor gives you the report

This quest is one of the many random quests that relate to the Institute. However, this quest becomes available only after you have completed Institutionalized and joined the Institute by accepting Father’s offer. To begin, visit Doctor Justin Ayo at the Synth Retention section, the main hall of the Institute, or his personal quarters.

When you speak with Doctor Ayo, agree to retrieve the report from the Mayor of Diamond City, who is a Synth. Travel to Diamond City Bazaar and take the elevator to the Mayor’s office. Speak with McDonough and collect the report. The final step is to deliver the report to Justin Ayo. If you use Charisma during the conversation and ask for a reward, you will receive 100 Caps.

Quest Rewards: Experience points, 100 Caps.


What are political leanings?

Political leanings refer to an individual’s political ideology or preference for a particular political party. It is a way of categorizing people based on their beliefs about government policies, economic systems, social issues, and other political matters. Political leanings can be broadly classified into two categories – left-leaning and right-leaning. Left-leaning individuals generally support progressive policies such as social welfare programs, government regulation of businesses, and environmental protection. Right-leaning individuals, on the other hand, tend to favor conservative policies such as lower taxes, free-market capitalism, and a strong national defense. However, political leanings are not always black and white, and many people have a mix of left and right-leaning views on various issues.

How do political leanings affect voting behavior?

Political leanings play a significant role in determining an individual’s voting behavior. People who identify as left-leaning tend to vote for Democratic candidates, while those who identify as right-leaning tend to vote for Republican candidates. However, there are exceptions to this rule, and many people vote for candidates based on their personal attributes or specific policy positions rather than their party affiliation. Additionally, political leanings can affect voter turnout, as people who strongly identify with a particular political ideology are more likely to vote in elections. Political leanings can also influence how people consume and interpret news and information, as individuals tend to seek out sources that align with their political beliefs.

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