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Genes, ideology and the attitude towards political opponents

Political Science

Affective polarization has been on the rise in the U.S. since 2000. It is a phenomenon that can lead to
both hostility and discrimination. Danish studies show that negative feelings towards political outgroups is also a threat to Danish society. Research on the consequences of genetic attributions show
that this is associated with higher tolerance of certain groups.

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