In the current era of partisan polarization, mistrust also extends to the US federal government when someone’s party does not control Congress or the Presidency. Not only that, in new research, Davide Morisi finds that conservatives trust the government up to 16-percentage points more when the president is from their party, while for liberals, the increase is only up […]
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