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- 80% of Americans think that political correctness is a problem, a new study has found.
- A majority of Americans in all race and age categories felt this way, despite stereotypes and assumptions in society, it said.
- The study found that most Americans are part of an “exhausted majority” that are flexible in their political views.
- “America’s political landscape is much more complicated than the binary split between liberals and conservatives often depicted in the national conversation,” the study said.
Most Americans dislike the culture of political correctness despite pervasive stereotypes based on age and race and the general understanding of deeply decided society, a new study has found.
A report published Wednesday by More in Common, an organization looking to reduce polarization and social division in communities, found that 80% of the US public believe that political correctness is a problem. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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