Study finds partisan congressional speech shifts with platform

Members of Congress tend to use more politically polarizing language in forums that are more likely to attract a national audience, according to a new study co-written by a University of Massachusetts Amherst public policy researcher. The findings provide fresh insights about ideological and political rhetoric, particularly on social media, and illustrate that assessing politicians’ views based on a single venue is insufficient.

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