Is political affiliation the new discrimination? Our research suggests 'yes'

Posted on AllSides November 27th, 2019
From The Center
OPINION

The U.S. is experiencing substantial political polarization. Words like “hate” and “loathe” are routinely used to describe opposing party members, to the point that over 60 percent of voters are angry and worried about the direction of the country. Recent events may be a manifestation of this anger. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) was shot because of party membership, and members of “The Squad” among the Democrats in the House routinely receive death threats. Americans don’t believe the situation will improve. Further, political polarization — and violence — is occurring in...

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