Study: Blame men for political gridlock

A new study published in ‘Politics, Groups, and Identities’ found that men in survey and experimental data were more likely than women to avoid cross-party political discussion, to judge political arguments based solely on what party is advancing them, and to form strong political opinions about the opposite party’s positions without actually listening to the other side’s reasoning. —> Read More Here


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