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Heightened political polarization seems to be another factor causing Americans to keep to themselves, at least across party lines. A new study by the Pew Research Center focused on interaction across party lines bolsters that idea. It shows that political views influence even the traits and habits that Americans prefer to see in their neighbors, and that conversations across the red/blue divide aren’t exactly comfortable.

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