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Here’s how liberal or conservative consumers of major news outlets are

A new report found that major American online news outlets have more politically polarized audiences than their counterparts in any other country.
Sometimes people just don't want to face the facts.

Facts won’t always convince people you’re right — a former NASA flight director explains how he learned to argue better in the wake ...

Former NASA flight director Paul Hill recalls his investigation of the 2003 Columbia disaster — and how it nearly tore the organization apart.
Ideologies within the two parties have drifted further and further apart since 1994, with most people in both camps now holding left or right of center views.

Polls show that Republican and Democrats are more divided than ever before

A summary of surveys taken since 1994 shows that Democrats and Republicans agree on less and are more polarized than they have ever been before.

Facebook and Twitter don’t polarize people’s political views, new study finds

According to new research, the people most likely to operate within a "filter bubble" are actually the least likely to use the internet with some regularity.

A new study shows that areas in the US hit hardest by trade have become more politically polarized

Congressional districts exposed to larger increases in import competition disproportionately removed moderate representatives from office in the 2000s.