Political Polarization on Twitter Depends on the Issue

Posted on AllSides December 29th, 2015
From The Center

Twitter offers a public platform for people to post and share all sorts of content, from the serious to the ridiculous. While people tend to share political information with those who have similar ideological preferences, new research from NYU’s Social Media and Political Participation Lab demonstrates that Twitter is more than just an “echo chamber.”
This is an illustration of various political symbols coming out of a megaphone.The research is published in Psychological Science, a journal of t

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