With the world buzzing over the US election, it’s worth asking whether we’re living through a period of political polarization.
What are some of the problems and concerns facing the American public, and how do we move forward?
In a post-election survey conducted by YouGov, more than a quarter of Americans said that the political environment has become less friendly, while a third said they had been “very” or “somewhat” angry.
While these feelings may be genuine, it doesn’t mean we should simply ignore the negative impact these negative emotions may have on our daily lives.
While the political landscape is changing rapidly, there are some important lessons to be learnt from past political turmoil.
According to a YouGov survey conducted last year, most Americans agree that politics has become more partisan, with 43% saying the political atmosphere has become worse in the last few years.
The same number said they have been very or somewhat angry.
This has led to a lot of uncertainty in the US.
In fact, a recent Gallup poll showed that more Americans now say they “feel like their country is being taken away from them”.
According to the YouGov poll, most of the anger is being directed at the Democrats, who are responsible for the policies that are causing the anger.
However, there’s also an element of anger directed towards the Republicans, who have been blamed for the economic and political crises that have resulted in the current political turmoil in the country.
This is because the Republicans have been the ones who have allowed the economy to continue to slide, and have refused to raise the minimum wage and expand Medicaid.
Meanwhile, the Democrats have continued to maintain their positions on social issues.
These positions have been criticized by many on the left, who argue that the Democratic Party is no longer progressive and has instead become a party of the wealthy.
According a Yougov survey, more Americans believe that the US should continue to spend money on the military than on the healthcare system.
In the last year alone, the military budget has increased by about 10% while healthcare spending has increased 10%.
According to another YouGov study, a large majority of Americans (76%) think that there is no difference between a middle class and a wealthy person.
This number is a sharp departure from the 70% who thought that a middle-class person was a wealthy individual.
While most Americans believe they have more money than they do, the reality is that Americans are in fact more likely to spend their money than to save it.
According to a 2016 Gallup poll, Americans spend more on food than on housing, groceries and clothing, while they spend about half on entertainment than on education and health.
According an YouGov research study, Americans have been “frightened” by the increase in healthcare costs and the rising cost of living.
This is due to the fact that the healthcare sector is now more expensive than the healthcare industry was when the healthcare crisis began in 2014.
In an interview with NPR, senior adviser for policy at the Pew Research Center, Jennifer Cafarella, said:”We’ve seen a very high degree of dissatisfaction and anxiety in the population about how things are going to get better.
They feel like things aren’t going as well as they want.
That’s why this election cycle has been so important.
We’re seeing an uptick in people feeling like there is a lot they don’t know and they don [want to know].”
While this is the result of the US becoming more polarized, there is another aspect to the current state of affairs that is also concerning.
According the Pew poll, a majority of those surveyed said that they had no confidence in the way the US is being run, with only 20% having confidence in its politicians.
These concerns are due to several factors.
First, the current administration is not popular among Americans.
In a poll conducted in May, the Pew Survey Center found that 52% of Americans have no confidence that President Donald Trump can serve the country well.
That is a far cry from his previous ratings.
The second reason Americans have low confidence in US politics is because of the lack of information and information is not being presented to the public.
According the Pew survey, 57% of respondents said they do not have a basic understanding of politics in the United States.
This also points to the importance of the role of the media and the internet in informing the public about the politics that they are aware of.
In the past, it was not uncommon for Americans to rely on newspapers or the news media to provide accurate information.
This was especially true in the past when there was a lack of reliable information about politics and government.
In 2018, the US population reached a record high of 7.2 million.
In 2020, this number was 8.2m.
According these figures, more people now say that they have a high level of confidence in politicians.
However in 2018, only about half of Americans felt this way.
The current US president has shown no