We discuss a recent survey showing both liberals and conservatives will change their views on political issues after finding out where President Trump stands on them. We also look at a new report on rural population decline in Wisconsin. And we look at the latest Best Picture winner “Parasite.”
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Data Show Most Of Wisconsin's Rural Counties Losing Population
A report from a Wisconsin-based research group finds that between 2010-2018, two-thirds of the state’s rural counties saw a population decline. We talk with WPR’s rural communities reporter about the numbers and the impacts he’s seeing.
'Parasite' Surprises Many Winning Best Picture
For the first time in Academy Awards history, a film not in English took home Best Picture. We talk about the big wins for the film “Parasite” directed by Bong Joon-Ho with a film critic.
Trump Stances Cause Voters To Flip Their Own Positions
A political scientist walks us through a new poll that shows voters of different political persuasions change their positions, depending on where President Donald Trump stands on them.
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