The Wall Street Journal Sarah E. Needleman July 16, 2020 Our co-director, Joshua Tucker, told the Wall Street Journal that politicians use social media to speak to an audience beyond their direct constituents. But we don’t know if such communication is driving political polarization among voters, he said.
The Financial Times Gillian Tett February 19, 2020 The Financial Times featured new research from CSMaP and Stanford's Program on Democracy and the Internet. Early findings show participants struggle to identify fake news — especially if it aligns with their politics.
A Trump attack on an Amazon ‘scam’ is dividing wealthy Democrats and Republicans: CNBC survey revealsZeve Sanderson2019-10-09T23:26:59+00:00
CNBC Matt Lavietes June 28, 2018 President Donald Trump has made Amazon and its founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos, a repeated target of attacks. It seems to be working, and not just with his base of working-class voters...