Uninformed most likely to be politically polarized

NY Times:

Social Media Is Not Contributing Significantly to Political Polarization, Paper Says

Researchers at Brown and Stanford Universities found that the growth in political polarization was most significant among the people least likely to be online.
I am not that surprised.  I have often noticed that willful ignorance is usually present when people want even listen to what others have to say.  Just look at what is happening on campuses where liberal fascists try to actually suppress speech with which they may disagree.


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