Matt Motyl, Shigehiro Oishi, Sophie Trawalter, and Brian A. Nosek (Virginia) and Ravi Iyer (USC): How Ideological Migration Geographically Segregates Groups. John Sides on how most Americans live in Purple America, not Red or Blue America: We're far less politically divided by geography than it may seem; and on how long commutes are making Americans more politically apathetic: New research suggests that those hours spent in traffic may actually hurt our democracy. Stop whining, centrists — bipartisanship is a myth that’s never existed: While Beltway elite pine for the "good old days" and condemn filibuster reform, they're wrong on the history. Bipartisan group finds bridges hard to build: No Labels brings together lawmakers of diverse ideological stripes to find solutions, but its effectiveness is questioned. Seth
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