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Social influence is ubiquitous in politics and online social media. Here we explore how social signals from partisan crowds influence people's evaluations of political news. For example, are liberals easily persuaded by a liberal crowd, while resisting the influence of conservative crowds? We designed a largescale online experiment (N=1,000) to test how politically-annotated social signals affect participants' opinions. In times rife with misinformation and polarization, our findings aredblp:conf/tto/JakeschKEN20 fatcat:2jonbspg3vhrfmevcfcsnvntj4