Wisconsin: State of anger, state of action

In the War for Wisconsin, voters here have become famous for three things: participation, polarization and discord. In plainer language, they’re active, they’re divided and they’re angry. … “Anger can powerfully motivate political participation,” reports a recent study by political scientists that found that anger, more than other emotions such as anxiety or enthusiasm, has a distinctly catalyzing effect. [cont.]

Craig Gilbert, The Journal Sentinel