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Conservatives Use Social Media to Move Their Agendas Much More Than Liberals Do

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Conventional wisdom says it is liberals who use the internet best to enhance activist causes, but that may not really be the case. Not only did conservatives dominate in the digital domain thanks to a focused message of freedom rather than a fractured one of fairness, but reformist right-leaning groups working within the legislative system also had much higher digital participation than their radical left counterparts did.

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