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The Geography of Partisan Prejudice

"We see this dynamic in the heat map. In some parts of the country, including swaths of North Carolina and upstate New York, people still seem to give their fellow Americans the benefit of the doubt, even when they disagree."


When we stop allowing political ideology to get in the way of progress, we become more accepting, more welcoming, more effective. And in small, rural communities - one's party affiliation is often the last thing on someone's mind when we're helping another dig out from the snow storm.


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https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2019/03/us-counties-vary-their-degree-partisan-prejudice/583072/?utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=the-atlantic-fb-test-827-3-&utm_content=edit-promo&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR1ImmUqCCaGsf69UJaB26KzNtqGgny9JnYk_L5bTCniKbeQ52POQ31oVGo

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