New Poll: Most Americans Want to Avoid Talking Politics During Thanksgiving

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The opinion poll released on Friday by Ipsos/Reuters shows that almost will avoid political conversations over the Holiday season in December. According to the polls, one-third of all adults will actively desist political conversations and about another half do not expect to discuss politics at all.

According to the poll, 31 percent of adults “will be intentionally avoiding political conversations with family and friends” over the holidays. Another 48 percent “do not typically engage in political conversations” during holiday gatherings, and 21 percent will engage in political conversations with others “even if we disagree on issues.”

The Turkey Dinner Holiday has become a tradition in the United States. The Americans to sit down for the holiday next week.
Most Americans are more interested in conversations over religion, personal finances, and hot-button issues such as tax cuts, Obamacare and the Russian investigation.
The Reuters poll was conducted online  throughout the United States. It gathered responses from 1,595 adults and has a credibility interval, a measure of accuracy, of 3 percentage.
President Trump is lucky to be speared over political conversations especially after giving wird comments in relation to sexual misconducts knocking high profile public figures and celebrities doors.

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