partisanship


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an inclination for or against that inhibits impartial judgment

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Because partisanship has become a stronger factor than objectivity, I had to know the sources of the little news that had piqued them enough to ask about the state of our national affairs.
Intensity of partisanship, meanwhile, is measured by asking respondents whether they consider themselves to be "strong" Democrats or Republicans.
The Article proposes a new approach focused on legitimate state interest and partisan purpose, building on a constitutional norm against government partisanship.
Supreme Court announced Monday it was taking up a case from Wisconsin on partisan gerrymandering - the first time in more than a decade the court will consider the constitutionality of redrawing political maps based on partisanship.
Partisanship is a fact of life in our politics, but in our courtrooms?
Jon Meacham, in his impressive biography, Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power, concludes of the third president's unsuccessful efforts to bridge partisan divides: "The Founders' dream of a nation beyond partisanship was one that simply could not survive the very nature of a free politics in a culture of diverse interests.
Barack Obama's startling four-year ascent from the Illinois state senate to the White House was propelled in large measure by his skill in discerning and addressing this widespread aversion to partisanship, most famously in a 2004 Democratic convention keynote address about transcending the divisions between "red" and "blue" America.
One of which is that government should fine-tune political partisanship -- disagreements about how government should behave.
In a polarized political environment, allegations of excessive partisanship by public actors are ubiquitous.
Whereas the first issue I want to mention is linked to partisanship, the second issue concerns individual purchasing power.
Hence, partisanship may equally be expressive of the antagonistic view of the politics, of fundamental ideological disagreements and visceral abhorrence towards one's political opponents.
presidential and congressional elections, a great deal of attention is often paid to political partisanship (see Avalon 2012; Sides 2008).
Considerable research attention has focused on attribution partisanship as a filter through which the political and economic reality is assessed, the link between policy evaluations and vote choices, the partisan component of consumer sentiment, and the link between partisanship and economic perceptions.
Later, briefing the media persons, he said that among the issues raised, the most prominent were errors in electoral rolls, insurgency and partisanship by some officials.
Americans can "overcome the challenges of our time" and help ease political gridlock and partisanship by coming together the way they do on Thanksgiving, President Barack Obama said in his weekly radio address.