The numbers are in: Republicans and Democrats are living in two different worlds
By Mark Moore, New York Post --
Divided we stand.
Americans are living in separate worlds, a new poll shows, with Republicans and Democrats holding radically different views of President Trump and his policies.
Not even three weeks into the new administration, the partisan divide covers everything from national security to ObamaCare to voters’ views of Trump himself.
Trump has a 91 percent favorability rating among Republicans but only 3 percent among Democrats, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.
Veteran political analyst Frank Luntz said the findings show voters on both sides are embedded in their positions as never before.
“It’s gotten much worse. There are no conservative Democrats or liberal Republicans anymore. We’ve chosen our camps. We don’t go back and forth,” Luntz said.
“We don’t listen to each other anymore. We don’t care what others think. We only want them to hear what we think.”