Writing at the Daily Caller, Neil Munro is very diplomatic, explaining that compared to Republicans, Democrats are "more willing to change their views."
For example, in 2006, 73 percent of Democrats said the GOP-controlled White House could lower gas prices, but that number fell by more than half to 33 percent in 2012 once a Democrat was in the White House.
Republicans might see this as a lack of consistency, but Democrats could spin it as "flexibility" -- as in, "After my election I have more flexibility."
And while Democrats are likely to consider themselves more tolerant than Republicans, surveys reveal the reverse is true.
A March 12 Pew study showed that Democrats are far more likely that conservatives to disconnect from people who disagree with them.
“In all, 28% of liberals have blocked, unfriended, or hidden someone on SNS [social networking sites] because of one of these reasons, compared with 16% of conservatives and 14% of moderates,” said the report, tiled “Social networking sites and politics.”
None of this is necessarily news to anyone, but the data is in: Republicans more open-minded, better informed than Democrats.