It's election season and it seems people are talking about politics, especially on social media.
It seems that political chit chat is breaking up friendships.
A new survey by the Pew Internet Project shows almost 10-percent of people who frequent social media sites have blocked, unfriended or hidden someone because they posted something about politics or issues the user disagreed with or found offensive.
Five-percent blocked people they thought would be offended by something they were about to post. Read more.
Do you block friends when things get a little too political? Or do you just ignore them and move on?
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