Have Today's Polarized Politics Affected How You Talk To Friends And Family? Today's polarized politics can have a profound effect on relationships with family and friends. NPR wants to hear how it is for you and how you have those conversations.

Have Today's Polarized Politics Affected How You Talk To Friends And Family?

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Today's polarized politics can have a profound effect on relationships with family and friends. So, how is it for you? How do you, your loved ones and friends in your community stay connected — and calm — if you have sharp political disagreements?
Katherine Du/NPR

Updated Oct. 21

Today's polarized politics can have a profound effect on relationships with family and friends. How is it for you? How do you, your loved ones and friends in your community stay connected — and calm — if you have sharp political disagreements?

We want to hear about your experience and the conversations you've had, or maybe didn't have. You can fill out the form below or here.

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This form was closed on Feb. 18.