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How to talk about politics with family this Thanksgiving

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56% of adults surveyed by The Marist Poll said it was likely politics would come up at dinner. 47% of the 1,296 American adults surveyed said they were eager to discuss their views. Republicans (54%) and men (55%) most hungry for debate.
Published 2 months ago · Washington, United States

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