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Good morning ... So this is both creepy and depressing: Researchers used cellphone location data to identify likely Democratic and Republican voters, and then to figure out who was crossing party lines when they went home for Thanksgiving; and then to figure out whether partisan family differences tended to cut Thanksgiving short.

The results: Yes, partisanship seemed to prompt people to spend less time with their families. High exposure to political ads made it even worse.

Am I the only one who didn't like the "Americans" finale? Come on, guys, I'm like 65% dead-inside nihilist, but that total lack of consequences was a lot, even for me.

Let's talk about it: baker@axios.com.