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Zach Goldberg
PhD student/Wokeness Studies scholar researching the 'Great Awokening'
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Zach Goldberg 21h
Replying to @TunnelOfFire
p=0.02. Wait till later though when I show how its effects significantly interact with immigration restrictionism.
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Zach Goldberg 21h
Replying to @ZachG932
6/n (correlation between the self-censorship variable and measures of racial prejudice is very modest. I will demonstrate as much later tonight).
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Zach Goldberg 21h
Replying to @ZachG932
5/n In subsequent tweets (I'll return to this thread later tonight as I have other work to do), I will show that this relationship is accounted for by restrictionist immig. sentiment and NOT simply 'racists' being angry that they can no longer be openly racist (in fact, the..
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Zach Goldberg 21h
Replying to @ZachG932
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Zach Goldberg 21h
Replying to @ZachG932
3/n The more that panelists were bothered by these perceived restraints, the more likely they were to vote for Trump--an effect that still holds after adjusting for standard controls
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Zach Goldberg 21h
Replying to @ZachG932
2/n When asked about themselves, just under 70% of white liberals said they felt as free to speak their mind as previously, as compared to just 35% of white conservatives. ~40% of conservatives said both that they felt less free and also that is bothered them 'a great deal'.
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Zach Goldberg 21h
1/n In October 2015, white liberal panelists (32%) were more likely to say that all people feel as free to say what they think as they used to, whereas a similar proportion (34%) of white conservative panelists perceived that 'hardly anybody' feels as free to say what they think.
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @wil_da_beast630
How cute of you. Enjoy :)
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
This is just embarrassing
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Seriously? You really want me to stop talking about politics unless I plan to vote Trump or another candidate? Can't tell if you're kidding.
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @JeffreyASachs
The average democrat holds the same with respect to Republicans (even though the 'members of my party - members of opposing party is immoral' difference is slightly larger--0.23 points--for Republicans [1.13] than Dems [0.9])
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @JeffreyASachs
5 % points? Is that even statistically sig.?
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @JeffreyASachs
Dems are also more likely to say they find talking with those with differing opinions of Trump to be 'stressful and frustrating'
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @JeffreyASachs
And yet republicans (dems) are still more (less) likely to say they'd be comfortable having close friends that are Dem (Rep)
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @JeffreyASachs
After all, how can you respect a bigot?
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @JeffreyASachs
Something tells me the figures wouldn't be much different among Clinton voters had she won
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @ZachG932
Polled a few months before the election...
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Replying to @thanos_pope
I would agree, though I'd have to see the 2012 data to be sure.
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
Polled weeks after the election, Trump voters (67%) were significantly more likely than Clinton voters (50%) to say they respected those who voted for the opposing candidate.
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Zach Goldberg Dec 12
If there’s a role for Woke or PC overreach in immigration-related Trump support it’s likely to be found in the perception that one can no longer be openly restrictionist without drawing charges of racism (and thus the appeal of Trump as a vicarious voice)
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