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From: The great divide: drivers of polarization in the US public

Figure 1

Polarization in the U.S. public. We show the mean-ideological position (i.e., the mean of the ideology distributions provided in [6]) of the Democratic- (blue) and Republican-leaning (red) segments of U.S. public from 1994 to 2017. Error bars indicate the observed standard deviation in each year. It is evident that polarization has been increasing in the past 15 years. The plotted data are based on a survey conducted by Pew Research Center (see [6] for details)

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