It’s Weird How That Seem Super True When You’re On The Internet, And Much Less So When You’re Not

Georgetown University poll: Nation at edge ‘of civil war,’ but voters reject compromise.

Voters are pointing fingers at social media, TV news, and politicians for the breakdown in everyday civility in the country, but instead of compromise, they want their leaders to double down and champion their interests first, according to a ground-breaking survey from Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service.

While partisan voters fear that the nation is at the edge of civil war and wish for common ground, they really want their side to stand firm and win, said the school’s first Battleground Civility Poll, conducted by Democratic pollster Celinda Lake and the Republican Tarrance Group.

Hmm. What do you think?



h/t GR


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