Recent Examples of polarization from the Web
Despite Merkel’s victory, the polarization of politics that has afflicted the U.S. and Britain is only just beginning in her country.
Addressing uncertainty and polarization through a wide-angle narrative lens, Isbell and his 400 Unit band played with a potency and passion that justified reasons for remaining cautiously optimistic even in the most trying circumstances.
Opportunists recognize that exacerbating this polarization redounds to their own benefit, because at least for now, doing so helps raise money, ratings, clicks and poll numbers.
The politics of Supreme Court nominations are extra ugly -- not just because of polarization, but also because the stakes are so high.
In retirement announcements on the floor, these lawmakers sometimes lament Congress’s partisan polarization.
Pragmatists are less and less common not just in Congress but in the country, according to a fascinating Pew study on our increasing polarization.
The relative persistence of Trump’s support is an index of the polarization of American politics, and Trump’s strong connection with his base.
The trends toward hyper-polarization and negative partisanship are only exacerbated by Donald Trump, who has a special gift for revving the engines of the culture war, pulling even issues like disaster relief into the cultural sphere.
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