“The midterms produced a divided Congress that’s emblematic of a split America, drifting further apart and pointing to poisonous years ahead,” Axios reports.
“The net result: Two parties with two wildly different bases and philosophies are pulling farther and farther apart — and are certain to double down on divisiveness heading into 2020.”
“The Democratic strategy of targeting women, minorities and the young was vindicated with the new House majority. We saw record liberal turnout in many suburbs.”
“The Republican strategy of targeting men, whites and rural voters was vindicated with the larger Senate majority. We saw record conservative turnout in rural Trump country.”Save to Favorites