81 percent of wary Americans now swear off political discussions over 2016 election ‘at all costs’

How acrimonious is the 2016 presidential race? A new survey finds that 90 percent of Americans say the bout between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is more polarizing and controversial than the 2012 election – to the point that it has compromised their personal relationships. Some appear to be done with it all: 81 percent say they are now avoiding political discussions “at all costs,” this according to research conducted by VitalSmarts, a business leadership training company which is urging the citizenry to be civil one another – and keep talking about the election despite the strife.

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