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Conservatives Better Informed, Most Consistent, More Open-Minded, Says Pew

Chris Moody explained recently that there was something wrong with the conservative brain. Perhaps, per a new Pew study, it’s that, GOP-sympathizers are better informed, more intellectually consistent, more open-minded, more empathetic and more receptive to criticism than their fellow Americans who support the Democratic Party. Keep reading this post...
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