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  • Political leaners don’t feel represented by any party
  • Political leaners don’t feel represented by any party
    Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design (2017) ©
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Political leaners don’t feel represented by any party

A political leaner, by definition, should be inclined towards one party or another. But, in America, they’re going rogue. While people who’ve declared total allegiance to a party feel dedicated to it, those who have yet to pick a side feel increasingly isolated by polarised ideologies.

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