(September 27 – October 4)
The Pew Research Center conducted a survey regarding a number of aspects related to U.S. politics.
One of the questions dealt with the “views” of Republicans and Democrats. In younger age groups, 37% had unfavorable views of both parties. In older age groups, 16% unfavorable view of both parties. Together, that’s over half.
87% of Republicans and 85% of Democrats think both parties are more focused on fighting each other than solving problems.
POLL QUESTION: What is your view of the two major political parties?
I find Republicans more unfavorable than Democrats – 33%
I find Democrats more unfavorable than Republicans – 64%
I find both parties unfavorable – 2%
I’m Not Sure – 1%