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Making it personal: Considering an issue’s relevance to your own life could help reduce political polarization

Making it personal: Considering an issue’s relevance to your own life could help reduce political polarization

Thinking about issues’ impact on their own lives can help people envision more common ground. wildpixel/iStock via Getty Images Plus Rebecca Dyer, Hamilton College and Keelah Williams, Hamilton College Political polarization can be reduced when people are told to think about the personal relevance of issues they might not care about at first ...

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