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The Partisan Divide on Political Values Grows Even Wider - Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

The divisions between Republicans and Democrats on fundamental political values – on government, race, immigration, national security, environmental protection and other areas – reached record levels during Barack Obama's presidency. In Donald Trump's ...and more »

5. Homosexuality, gender and religion - Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

Over the past two decades, there has been a dramatic increase in public acceptance of homosexuality, as well as same-sex marriage. Still, the partisan divide on the acceptance of homosexuality has widened. In views of challenges facing women, a ...and more »

4. Race, immigration and discrimination - Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

The public has long been divided over issues of race: The extent to which discrimination exists and what – if any – approaches should be undertaken to address it. In recent years, growing shares of the public say more needs to be done to address racial ...and more »

2. Government, regulation and the social safety net - Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

The public has become more supportive of government aid to the needy in recent years, and there has been uptick in the share saying they prefer a bigger government with more services over a smaller government with fewer services. For the most part ...and more »

Key takeaways on Americans' growing partisan divide over political values - Pew Research Center

For more than two decades, partisan polarization has been a powerful force in American politics. Today, the divide between Republicans and Democrats on fundamental values relating to the role of government, the environment, race, immigration and other ...and more »

3. Foreign policy - Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

The public is evenly divided over whether the U.S. should be active in world affairs, but the share expressing positive views of U.S. global involvement has increased since 2014. In addition, more Americans say that the United States should take into ...and more »

8. Partisan animosity, personal politics, views of Trump - Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

As Republicans and Democrats have moved further apart on political values and issues, there has been an accompanying increase in the level of negative sentiment that they direct toward the opposing party. Partisans have long held unfavorable views of ...and more »

America's Political Divide Intensified During Trump's First Year as President - The Atlantic

Subscribe to The Atlantic's Politics & Policy Daily, a roundup of ideas and events in American politics. Disagreement among Republican and Democratic voters on a range of political issues has risen sharply in recent years, a political divide that ...and more »

Republicans And Democrats Don't Agree, Or Like Each Other — And It's Worse Than Ever - NPR

The partisan split in America is the highest it has been in two decades, with Republicans and Democrats holding vastly disparate views on race, immigration and the role of government, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. Pew has been ...and more »

Voters, Not Just Politicians, Polarized by Party and Ideology - New York Magazine

New Pew study finds that regular Americans are divided as never before by both party and ideology. Photo-Illustration: Daily Intelligencer; Photos: Merten Snijders/Getty Images; Jeff Foott/Getty Images. The political landscape in America is itself ...and more »