Who loves ya, baby?
I know some people are just that stupid, but that's also the sort of thing which makes me think there are people sympathetic to the right embedded within the left fomenting discord.
But then again, at least here in the US, there seems to be more and more talk about reconciling with the other side. There was talk about it at both the Democratic and Republican conventions.
That said, would such sentiments be enough to resist the market opportunities offered by increased polarization? What about the markets of bipartisanship?
I've heard the same of gun sales. They sell far more when the country's being run by a Dem they can claim's perpetually on the brink of taking them away.I've read that historically, Fox News has had higher ratings when the Dems control the White House and/or Congress compared to when the GOP is in power.