Describing something that possesses a distinctive polarization.
Describing a group or situation characterized by being at two (or more) extremes.
The numerical value of polarized in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of polarized in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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The U.S. has gotten relatively polarized.
Despite the fact that its much larger, the U.S. is an easier polling environment, the U.S. has gotten relatively polarized.
In the past there has been a kind of consensus among the people who run Nigeria ... Elections at the presidential level were largely predetermined, what we are talking about now are real elections, with a polarized electorate.
Despite a more polarized electorate, voters tend to be more moderate than the politicians that they elect to Congress. So it makes sense that a majority would say that Congress is more effective when extremists are marginalized.
She's viewed as thorough, thoughtful, and as close to non-partisan on the issue of national security as is possible in today's politically polarized environment, if it was a different Democrat, it would be easier for some to be dismissive of the questions she's raising, but she's built significant credibility as a trusted voice on national security, so she has to be taken seriously. She's raising two critical issues which will define our debate about torture in the coming months: does it make us safer, and is it something we accept as consistent with our nation's moral code?
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