Do You Live in a Political Bubble?

Written by Gus Wezerek, Ryan D. Enos and Jacob Brown 2 May 2021

The authors “measured political isolation by looking at each voter’s thousand closest neighbors. For about one in five Republicans, and two in five Democrats, less than a quarter of their neighbors belong to the opposite political party” (Wezerek, Enos, and Brown, 2021).

Publisher: The New York Times

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Category: Liberal Democracy