WASHINGTON (AP) — Four years of partisan discord and a tumultuous election have left U.S. voters deeply divided on everything from public health, racial justice and the economy to whether votes would be counted fairly.
That's according to AP VoteCast, a national survey of the electorate.
Supporters of President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden found little common ground on the top crises facing the nation.
But among the few shared views: Trump has changed the way things work in Washington. Most Trump voters say he has changed Washington for the better; most Biden voters say he's changed it for the worse.
By TAMMY WEBBER and HANNAH FINGERHUT Associated Press