“The poll shows a generational divide too, with younger Americans expressing more alienation from fellow Americans’ viewpoints. Half of Americans under age 50 say their opinions differ from the majority of Americans; but only 38 percent of Americans 50 and up think the majority of Americans have different opinions than them on issues.”
New Poll Shows Americans Think Divisions in our Country are due to a Crisis of Facts
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