We’ve come a long way from waiting for the morning arrival of a newspaper or an evening newscast to stay informed about current events. As we’re in the midst of a season where we’ll be spending time with extended family, we wanted to explore whether having news at the ready is sparking arguments over politics.

Look below to see where the 1, 152 Americans we recently surveyed are getting their news and whether opinions about current events are impacting their relationships.

If you’re looking to gain insights from voters or learn about hot-button issues among voters in a particular state or region, we can help you!

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Bess Devenow

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