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Americans are growing more intolerant of political disagreement according to a new Rasmussen Reports phone and online survey.

Seventy-seven percent of likely U.S. voters said Americans are less tolerant of each other’s political opinions than they were in the past.

Just 11 percent of voters said Americans are more tolerant of each other’s political opinions. Ten percent said it is about the same.

Author: Jacob Hall