Social Disunity Approaches a Tipping Point


Among the 18 advanced economies analyzed in a 2021 Pew Research study, the United States stands out as the most conflicted when it comes to questions of social unity.

According to Pew, an amazing 90% of U.S. adults perceive strong or very strong conflicts between people who support the two major political parties. By comparison, the median average across all advanced economies Pew surveyed was just 50%.
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