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62 percent of Americans list partisan cooperation as big issue

Washington, Jun 21 (Prensa Latina) Democratic and Republican Americans say the lack of partisan cooperation is a real issue for the country.

A Pew Research poll released Wednesday found that 62% of Americans believe “the ability of Democrats and Republicans to work together” is a “very big” problem; while another 27% say it is a “moderately big problem, and 6% say it´s a small problem.”

Similar percentages of both major sides list the parties’ ability to work together as a very big problem: 62% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, and 63% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents.

The results come as Americans are starkly divided on a great number of other issues.

81% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents list gun violence as a very big problem, compared to just 38% of Republicans and GOP-leaning independents.

On immigration, the parties are split by 50 points, with 70% on the Republican side saying it’s a very big problem, compared to just 25% on the Democratic side who said the same.

On unemployment, there was no difference, with 23% of both sides saying it’s a very big problem.


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