Are you one Facebook post away from never speaking to your mildly-racist uncle again? Ready to fly into a murderous the next time your bleeding-heart neighbor forwards you an Obama for America e-mail? The good news is that you're not alone…
One-in-four Americans (27%) say the upcoming election has negatively affected their personal relationship with a friend or family member, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.
Forty-five percent (45%) say they have gotten into a heated argument with a friend or family member about the election. Most (52%) have not…
Perhaps, not surprisingly, men (53%) are more likely to have gotten in a heated argument than women (39%) are.
Personally, I like to counteract the bad feelings associated with losing friendships by imagining how good it will feel to taunt all these former friends after the election is over.
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