Poll: Two-Thirds of Americans Hope to Avoid Politics at Thanksgiving

Poll: Two-Thirds of Americans Hope to Avoid Politics at Thanksgiving


Most Americans are not in the mood discuss politics at the Thanksgiving dinner table this year, a Quinnipiac Poll released this week found.

“If you are visiting with family or friends this Thanksgiving, are you looking forward to discussing politics, or are you hoping to avoid discussing politics?” the survey asked.

Two-thirds said they are “hoping to avoid” political discussions this year, while only one-fifth, 21 percent, said they are “looking forward” to such discussions.

The hope of avoiding political discussions is held by all across the board, as 66 percent of Democrats, 69 percent of independents, and 68 percent of Republicans agreed that they are “hoping to avoid” political discussions this year. 

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The survey also asked respondents, “How likely do you think

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