As President Joe Biden nears his 100th day in office, a new survey found he hasn’t succeeded in bringing the unity he sought for American politics.
Breaking down the figures, the poll found 35% called the country “very divided,” and 26% said it was “somewhat divided.” On the opposite end, 15% felt the nation is “very united,” and 18% “somewhat united.” Five percent of respondents weren’t sure.
The pollster also broke down the divisions, finding the demographic groups that believe the country is united are in the 25-44 age group, urban residents, those earning $75,000 or more, Democrats, and those with a college degree or higher.
On the other end, the groups that feel extreme division in the country are 65 or older, rural residents, independents, have some college education, and are Republicans.
There was no margin of error reported for the polling.
Meanwhile, another survey conducted by the University of Massachusetts Amherst and WCVB Poll found 46% of respondents say relations between the parties have worsened and 39% say they have remained the same.
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