Python — Why Python list are slower when sorted

import random
import time
for x in range(1,9): r = 10**x # do different val for the bound in randint()
m = int(r/2)
print("For rand", r) # s_not is non sorted list
s_not = [random.randint(1,r) for i in range(10**7)]

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