Bursting the Facebook bubble: we asked voters on the left and right to swap feeds | US news | The Guardian

Social media has made it easy to live in filter bubbles, sheltered from opposing viewpoints. So what happens when liberals and conservatives trade realities?

Source: Bursting the Facebook bubble: we asked voters on the left and right to swap feeds | US news | The Guardian

Seems like it really comes down to whether or not you get your news from people who practice actual journalism, better yet honest-to-goodness investigative journalism, rather than people who are in the “news business”, or rather than so-called “left” or “right” news outlets.

Reading this made me relievedly feel a lot less like I live in a news bubble. I’m basing that on the fact that I’ve read plenty that was critical of every candidate in this election cycle.

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