Which Political Party is the Most Divided?
When you’re dealing with only two major political parties, you tend to go through what some might describe as “growing pains” about once a decade or so. In a lot of ways, this is absolutely to be expected – after all, it’s difficult to get more than a few people to agree on just about anything, let alone the direction that something as important as our country should head in.
For years during the Obama Administration, people on the left insisted that the Republicans were more divided than they had ever been. That there was too much in-fighting and aggression and too little actual, honest governing for the party to sustain itself for very long. This, coupled with the fact that a new generation of politicians are making their debut on both sides of the isle, led many to predict that once Clinton became president in 2016, the party would tear itself apart sooner rather than later.
Oh, what a difference a year and a half makes.
Both parties are currently divided, yes – with “traditional” conservatives battling Trump supporters on the right and the “old guard” of Democrats being abandoned in favor of newer, younger voices on the left. But which is actually more divided right now? Which one is currently dealing with the significant type of identity crisis it will need to reckon with or find itself truly lost to the ages?
For a closer look at that particular question, be sure to check out the video below from Fox News.
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