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What if you asked Americans in largely "red," or Republican districts and largely "blue," or Democratic districts, very specific questions about what government should do—about taxes, reproductive rights, foreign affairs, and the like, and 96 percent of the time they agreed?

And 69 percent of the time there wasn't even a statistically significant difference in how big the favoring majorities were in the two types of districts?

Well it turns out, that’s actually what happens.

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