https://t.co/WshKXXv9EL Abstract By many accounts politics is becoming more polarized, yielding dire consequences for democracy and trust in government. Yet a growing body of research on so-called false polarization finds that perceptions of 'what the oth…
By many accounts politics is becoming more polarized, yielding dire consequences for democracy and trust in #government. Yet a growing body of research on so-called false polarization finds that perceptions of ‘what the other sid…https://t.co/vVsk1Uy3mO ht
@herbschang @emilio__ferrara @RobbWiller You're only looking at users who retweet MCs. Results are interesting but far from showing cons and libs exist in diff info environments. And suggesting this without proper evidence can be dangerous, e.g. https://t.
@FabianNeuner @RuriTakizawa [incoming shameless self-promotion] I have two papers on false (i.e., misperceived) polarization, and a review paper on the topic. https://t.co/MoHpf3IlEg https://t.co/wd47ksec5l https://t.co/4lXwzqQyw1
@Amit_Goldenb In the first paper below Mina and I reanalyze the data from our 2020 study and find that people have more accurate forecasts of ingroup member's reactions than outgroup member's https://t.co/4lXwzr7By1 But also, check out @tatianalau's pap
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Yesterday the great @profcikara and I published a piece in a @royalsociety special issue on "The Political Brain." The piece, "Understanding and combating misperceived polarization," makes several arguments about how we (ought to) study polarization. h