Political Science

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Polarizing Political Stances are Eroding Trust

Lawrence Hamilton, a professor at the Carsey School, says that since the 2016 election, there has been an erosion of trust between researchers and people who identify as extreme conservatives. His team is now investigating how much people trust infectious disease experts who have been sounding the... Read More

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