Fake news during the 2016 presidential election was shared by 18.1 percent of Republican Facebook users and 3.5 percent of Democratic Facebook users, and 15 percent of Republicans and 20 percent of Democrats feel it would be best if most members of the other party "just died." Republicans live longer than Democrats. | Harper's Magazine

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Fake news during the 2016 presidential election was shared by 18.1 percent of Republican Facebook users and 3.5 percent of Democratic Facebook users, and 15 percent of Republicans and 20 percent of Democrats feel it would be best if most members of the other party “just died.” Republicans live longer than Democrats.

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Fake news during the 2016 presidential election was shared by 18.1 percent of Republican Facebook users and 3.5 percent of Democratic Facebook users, and 15 percent of Republicans and 20 percent of Democrats feel it would be best if most members of the other party “just died.” Republicans live longer than Democrats.

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