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The dual nature of partisan prejudice: Morality and identity in a multiparty system

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Observed values of partisan prejudice by (A) moral disagreement and (B) extremity. (A) Linear trend lines show the predicted prejudice at different values of meta-ethical belief: Minimum (yellow), Q1, Median, Q3, and Maximum (brown). The separation between the lines reveals the main effect of meta-ethical belief, while their similar slope attests to the absence of an interaction with disagreement. (B) Linear trend lines show the predicted values of prejudice as a function of agent and target extremity. Both y-axes have been truncated at 0.

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