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Political Polarization in the American Public | Pew Research Center


Political Polarization in the American Public | Pew Research Center: Partisan animosity has increased substantially over the same period. In each party, the share with a highly negative view of the opposing party has more than doubled since 1994. Most of these intense partisans believe the opposing party’s policies “are so misguided that they threaten the nation’s well-being.”

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