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Why are right-wingers more like to change opinion based on emotions? Are they fragile or something?

>22% of Republicans and 37% of Democrats supported President Obama issuing missile strikes against Syria in 2013, 86% of Republicans and 38% of Democrats supported President Trump striking Syria in 2017, a 64 point swing for Republicans, a 1 point change for Democrats.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/04/gop-voters-love-same-attack-on-syria-they-hated-under-obama.html

>39% of Republicans and 64% of Democrats thought their income tax rate was fair in 2016, 56% of Republicans and 69% of Democrats thought that their income tax rate was fair in 2017, a 17 point swing for Republicans and a 4 point change for Democrats. (The income tax rate did not change between 2016 and 2017)

http://news.gallup.com/poll/208511/americans-positive-taxes-year.aspx

>When Republican voters in Wisconsin were asked in October 2016 whether the economy had gotten better or worse “over the past year,” they said “worse’’ — by a margin of 28 points. But when they were asked the very same question [in March 2017], they said “better” — by a margin of 54 points. That’s a net swing of 82 percentage points between late October 2016 and mid-March 2017.

http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/blogs/wisconsin-voter/2017/04/15/donald-trumps-election-flips-both-parties-views-economy/100502848/
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The party system was a mistake. Everyone treats politics like a fucking sport.
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>>145126950


This asshat doesn't know how obvious his shilling is
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>>145126950
This
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>>145126868
Were the polls polling the same people when comparing between the two years?

If they were, then you might have a valid point.
If they weren't polling the same people then the data is literally worthless.
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>>145126868

Because boomer normies (even Trump) are retarded and do what the vaginal jew cries about.
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Why do Muslims leave sharia dominated countries if they believe that is the best system?
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>republikkkans follow whatever fox news tells them
What a bunch of sheep.
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>>145126950
The real problem is that people treat sports like it's politics.
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>>145127226
Trump uses ivanka as a model for
>"What are women going to think of this action?"

He's trying to gauge how politically popular something would be. It's pretty smart.
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>>145126868
first you are wrong and second reddit is <------------------------ that way faggot.
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>>145128738
>first you are wrong
Can't even make an argument?
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>>145126868
>Why are right-wingers more like to change opinion based on emotions? Are they fragile or something?


Who needed to crawl into Safe Spaces with Therapy Puppies after the election???




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