Democrats more likely to 'unfriend' on Facebook, avoid family members after elections - survey

The political climate in the United States surrounding the Nov. 8 elections may be described as divisive, and at times, hostile. A poll released by a research firm on Monday shows interesting trends in how Americans behave on social media following the 2016 election, with Democrats twice as likely to "unfriend" or block someone on Facebook and five times more likely to avoid a family member during the holidays due to clash in political beliefs.Read More

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