The Effects Of Political Polarization
There are two aspects to political polarization that should be discussed in order to understand why it exists and how to solve it. These aspects refer to the effects of polarization on electorates and the Congress. Both are very important because the electorates decide who will be in power while the Congress decide on legislative actions. In light of recent events, the political polarization that stemmed from conflict extensions affects the public’s ability to formulate opinions and the Congress’ aptitude to pass legislations.
Above all, there are two very important aspects about political polarization. The first one is how it has affected the public’s views when it comes to choosing positions and forming opinions. The second aspect is how it hinders the government from passing legislative actions and policies. To digress, political competitiveness