Why ‘gerrymandering’ doesn’t polarise Congress the way we’re told

You ever hear a point of view that is so infuriating that you want stick your head out the window and yell? I go bananas when I hear an opinion that goes against well-established political science literature.

That happened this past weekend when respected television journalist Tom Brokaw said the House of Representatives is becoming increasingly polarized because of gerrymandering. [cont.]

Harry Enten, The Guardian