People Who Are Easily Disgusted Tend To Oppose Immigration, Study Finds

A new study suggests that sensitivity to the emotion of disgust affects one's attitudes on immigration.

A Donald Trump supporter protests – photo by Spencer Platt

A recent study shows that people who are easily disgusted are more likely to hold anti-immigration views. The findings are just the latest in a growing body of research on how disgust sensitivity affects human values and behavior.

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