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Study: Liberals Are Less Tolerant Online

Say it isn’t so. Andrew Malcolm: Not exactly shocking news for those exposed to them for years, but the respected Pew Research Center has determined that political liberals are far less tolerant of opposing views than regular Americans. In a new study, the Pew Center for the Internet and American Life Project confirmed what most [...]
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