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Research: Political Polarization And Our Emotional Responses
"Research suggests that, in terms of our attitudes towards issues, we are no more polarized than we were decades ago. But our emotions, and the behaviors they drive, have largely uncoupled from our actual analysis of the issues." Pacific Standard 11/04/12
Posted November 5, 2012 06:06 AM




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