When did the internet become a battleground?

A new study has found that as the internet has grown in popularity, the country has become a more divided country.

Key points:A new study found that people from Australia, New Zealand and the UK have become increasingly polarizedOver the last year, the US has become the most divided country in the world when it comes to social and political dividesThe study by the University of Queensland found that over the last five years, Australians have become more polarized than Americans.

“It’s a fascinating finding that the US is now the most polarized country in terms of its social, political and cultural divisions,” Associate Professor of Political Science Michael MacLennan said.

“This could be due to the rise of social media, the rise in political discourse and the media’s role in the political process.”

The survey, which involved a random sample of 2,000 people in Australia and New Zealand, found that the majority of people in each country had a very negative view of the other.

“When we looked at our political leaders and political parties, Australians were divided more than Americans were,” Associate Prof MacLenny said.’

It’s not a new phenomenon’Professor MacLinnie said the political divisions in the US were largely driven by the political discourse.

“One of the things that I think is really interesting about the US political system is that the people are more polarized and the language used is more polarised,” he said.”[There is] a lot of talk about how we are going to have more of a Tea Party, a Tea Partying America, a more extreme Tea Party America, and yet this is not the case.”

The US is the only country in which the political landscape has remained essentially unchanged for a number of decades.

“That has a lot to do with the fact that there has been a gradual but very significant change in the way the political system has evolved over the past decades.”‘

The only reason why we’re divided is because of technology’The findings of the survey come as the country’s top diplomat warned of the “unprecedented level of tension” in the United States following a deadly police shooting in Dallas.US President Donald Trump has also been accused of using Twitter to incite violence and “fearmongering”.

He was also accused of inciting violence and hate speech by some of the countrys largest conservative media outlets, including Fox News and Breitbart News.

“We’re a very divided nation, not only politically, but socially, culturally, economically,” US Ambassador to Australia Geoffrey Pyatt told reporters in Sydney on Thursday.

“People don’t feel safe in their communities.

They feel unsafe in their homes.

They’re feeling unsafe in public places.”

Professor Maclennan believes that the polarization could be linked to social media and the rise and popularity of political parties.

“A lot of these [political] parties are based around the idea that they have to appeal to the same base as you, the right-wing, the populist, the nativist, the white supremacist, the racist,” he told RN Breakfast.

“So there is a lot that is going on behind the scenes in these parties.”‘

It may be too late’Professor Pyatt said that while people are still deeply divided on the issue of race, there is no evidence to suggest that there is widespread racial animosity in Australia.

“There is no strong evidence of racial animosity,” he argued.

“I think that’s probably the last thing we need, as a country, to be seeing in terms with any kind of racial division in Australia.”