Across the board— from voter access to questions of race and gender, and views of the economy— the gap between Republicans and Democrats has grown wider in recent years. According to recent polling, a rising share of Americans say that having political conversations with those they disagree with is “stressful and frustrating”.
Political polarization and the recent actions of party leaders have prevented compromise and resolution of critical problems.
How Do We Fix It discusses five personal ways to reduce polarization with guest, Kamy Akhavan, Director of the Center for the Political Future at the University of Southern California, and former CEO of the well-known non-partisan site procon.org
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