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Fig. 1 | Climate Change Responses

Fig. 1

From: Trust, tribalism and tweets: has political polarization made science a “wedge issue”?

Fig. 1

Ordination analysis (nMDS) of Twitter accounts followed by U.S. Senate Republicans (in red) and Senate Democrats (in blue). Letters overlain on the figure indicate senators who voted “Yea” or “Nay” on the overall Keystone pipeline bill (K) or the subsequent amendments to the bill put forth by Sen. Whitehouse (W), Sen. Schatz (S) and Sen. Hoeven (H). The 15 Senate Republicans who crossed party lines on the Sen. Hoeven amendment are indicated by red diamonds, and members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Committee are designated by squares with color indicating political party. Vectors represent degree and magnitude of polarity in propensity to follow Twitter handles categorized as Science, Climate, Politics, Media and Other

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