People Are Fatigued From The Amount of 'Hatred' in Political Discourse
Divisive language, attitudes appear to be taking their toll on Americans
On Monday, Democratic pollster Carly Cooperman said people are fatigued by the amount of "hatred" in U.S. political discourse.
"The American people support free speech," Cooperman, a partner at Schoen Consulting, told Hill.TV's Joe Concha on What America's Thinking. "It's protected in our Constitution, but hate speech is destructive. I think a lot of the polarization we see comes from hate speech."
Cooperman cited a Politico/Morning consult poll, released on Wednesday, which found that 55 percent of voters said they believed race relations have gotten worse under President Donald Trump.
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