Ask America: Do you live in a political bubble? – BBC News
Ask America: Do you live in a political bubble? – BBC News France, as soon as they find out that I’m a republican don’t want to talk to me anymore. If I should, I don’t become safer to retreat into our own bubbles, surrounded by people who share the same political. We become so secure in our bubbles that we start accepting only information, whether it’s true or not, that fits our opinions, my family and my friends and all of them have their own certain View. Everybody has a different opinion in America. Where is this Donald Trump? Being the winning the presidency, they all kind of fell revolve around the same political ideas. Super conservative conservative background in my sister’s, not a conservative. I have a couple friends, it’s pretty hard to agree. Everybody’S got their own bubble, cracked, within the news that we self Curry. Do I make myself a breast about politics? I do I’ll try to keep up with national and local news to drive me at all. I want myself to learn from others. Opinions is what makes us strong doesn’t matter, then, really there’s no way to ever reach any agree. Do your friends all agree with you when it comes to politics? Do the stories on your social media feed tend to reinforce your view of the world?
As part of the BBC’s Ask America project we asked voters from a dozen US states if they live in a political bubble – and what that means for dialogue in a democracy.
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