The Astounding Political Divide Over What It Means to Be ‘American’

Chris Cillizza: “What the numbers suggest is that not only are Democrats and Republicans living in two different countries — socially, culturally and politically — but they also don’t even agree on what the country should, at its center, be. Partisanship now extends not just to whom you vote for and why but also what you think the United States is and should be.”

“What’s both fascinating and deeply problematic — from a political perspective — is that neither side has enough people to declare victory over the other.”

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