Partisanship Over Policy

Partisanship Over Policy

Riverside – A Pew Research report showed voters in the 2018 Mid-term election largely placed partisanship over policy. About 36 percent of Democrats said their congressional vote was as much in opposition to the GOP as it was in support of the Democratic candidate. On the other hand, 47 percent of Republican voters mentioned support of the GOP, Trump or the Republican candidate in their district as the reason for their vote. Fewer respondents cited policies as the primary reason they voted either Democratic or Republican.

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