New research finds substantial overlaps in where liberals and conservatives get their news.
New research finds that liberals' confidence in government is not affected by the party affiliation of the president. That's not true of the right.
In a small Australian study, conservative students reported higher levels of disgust, and more concern about "bodily integrity," than their left-leaning counterparts.
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Americans' divergent conceptions of the supreme being's face reflect our egocentrism, and reveal our emotional needs.
New research offers leftists a clever way to appeal to those on the right.
It turns out we all have at least one thing in common.
And there's evidence that the approach favored by those on the left works better.
More accurate science reporting helps everybody, but it's mitigated by how liberal or conservative people are.
New research throws into question the belief that right-wingers tend to be happier than those on the left.
The idea of the urban liberal and the rural conservative is not a new one, but it's shocking just how accurate that stereotype appears to be.
Two carefully couched studies parse how our political views impact the way we respond to scientific findings.