I found myself largely agreeing the discussion of people tending to be creatures of habit. Most people follow a predictable schedule of events throughout the day: they wake up at 6AM, have their morning coffee, drive to work, drive home, watch their favorite TV show, then go to bed at 11PM. In aggregate, it is easy to predict if demographics will support a political stance or live in a certain part of town. That being said, I don't know if human behavior is predictable on an individual level. I might not know if my friend supports a certain piece of legislation or what part of the city my coworker lives in without asking them. Beyond schedule habits and vocabulary quirks, are people actually that predictable on an individual level? To what degree?