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(as the liberal media in the United States becomes increasingly atheistic, victories by underdogs are increasingly met with dismay or disapproval)
 
(One obvious reason is that atheism is about control. Stalin, a famous atheist in the 20th century, probably did not like underdogs. Underdogs threaten the status quo and the worldview of atheists.)
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One obvious reason is that atheism is about control.  Stalin, a famous atheist in the 20th century, probably did not like underdogs.  Underdogs threaten the status quo and the worldview of atheists.  Upset victories are unsettling to people like Stalin.
  
 
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In Britain, where atheism dominates, people dislike underdogs and tend to root for the contestant who is favored to win. The opposite is true in the Christian United States, where the underdogs have traditionally been the favorites of the people.

However, as the liberal media in the United States becomes increasingly atheistic, victories by underdogs are increasingly met with dismay or disapproval.

Why do atheists dislike underdogs?

Possible Reason No. 1: Atheism Is About Control

One obvious reason is that atheism is about control. Stalin, a famous atheist in the 20th century, probably did not like underdogs. Underdogs threaten the status quo and the worldview of atheists. Upset victories are unsettling to people like Stalin.