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This creates a skewed representation of interests and societal demands and entrenches deep social polarization, contrary to typical expectations of civil society.
Energetic critics of some of the reforms remain and political polarization has increased.
The Russian operation seemed intended to aggravate political polarization and racial tensions and to diminish U.S. influence abroad.
Racial polarization has made the region practically impenetrable for the blue team, which basically holds majority-black congressional districts and nothing else.
According to a recent study by the National Bureau of Economic Research, the demographics that have experienced the most political polarization in recent years are also the ones that spend the most time offline.
Yet as Spain remains unsettled by this kind of polarization, the vast majority just care about their own lives.
Corker largely demurred when asked whether the current polarization in Washington -- and the unpredictability of the man in the White House -- had anything to do with his decision.
Even without white polarization (and the low midterm turnout of traditionally Democratic groups during midterm elections) this fact gives a huge advantage to the party that controls those rural areas.
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