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People ambivalent about political issues support violence more than those with clear opinions

By Joseph Siev, Postdoctoral Fellow in Consumer Behavior, University of Virginia
Richard Petty, Professor of Psychology, The Ohio State University
The more ambivalent a person is about a political issue, the more likely they are to support violence and other extreme actions relating to that issue.The Conversation

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