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  • Divided America: Temperatures rise, US splits

    Voice of America - 10/12/2016

    Now “we see partisan polarization or ideological polarization,” said Matthew Nisbet, a communications professor at Northeastern University. The split with science is most visible and strident when it comes to climate change because the nature of the global problem requires communal joint action, and “for conservatives that’s especially difficult to accept,” Nisbet said.

    Climate change is more about tribalism, or who we identify with politically and socially, Nisbet and other experts say. Liberals believe in global warming, conservatives don’t.

     

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