Interesting study out today by the Pew Research Center. One of the key findings.
"According to a new Pew survey, liberals are less tolerant of differing opinions on online platforms. Among other things, the survey took a look at how social networking site users have responded to political content they do not like. It seems liberals are more likely to block, unfriend or hide someone on social networking sites than their conservative moderate counterparts."
Liberals were twice as likely to block, unfriend, or otherwise shutdown political speech they do not like versus moderates (28% versus 14%), and nearly twice as likely to do so versus conservatives (28% versus 16%).
There are many other conclusions. Here's a link to the headline story and one to the actual study.