So Much for All Those Claims of Divisiveness


What the chart makes clear is that in terms of partisanship, the 2012 election wasn’t an outlier but a continuation of a trend.  Since the early 1990s, partisan presidential voting has been on the increase — with roughly nine in ten Democrats voting for their party’s nominee in each of the last three contests.

Read the full article at THE FIX on the Washington Post

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