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Are our conversations becoming more negative?

A new survey of more than a thousand Australians has found 80 per cent feel that conversations are increasingly negative.

The survey found people blame a constant diet of dishonest politicians, depressing news and negative leaders.

Professor of Linguistics at the University of Sydney Nick Enfield tells Mark part of the problem is social media and the solution may be to consume more long form reading like magazine articles and books.

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