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POLARIZATION

 Yesterday’s Pew survey on political attitudes also looked at where people prefer to live. The survey finds three-quarters of consistent conservatives prefer a community where “the houses are larger and farther apart, but schools, stores, and restaurants are several miles away.” The preferences of consistent liberals are almost the exact inverse, with 77% saying they’d chose to live where everything is “within walking distance.”

 

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