For the most part, no. But when you get into the topics of religion and politics, that all changes. Simply because about everything discussed on those two subjects are based on opinion rather than fact. And the ones that think their opinion is the truth are usually the ones telling others that they are wrong. Now there are resentments and we know what comes next. Arguments. It's inevitable.
It's coincidental that you ask this now. Recently, I've been reading about why people will stick through thick and thin to an idea or belief, even when they know there is a better one right in front of them. I won't try to explain because I'm not sure I really understand it yet, but go to Google and type in the keywords "cognitive dissonance". It gives numerous examples and explanations of what they label as a theory. It's interesting stuff.