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No “enemies” in my backyard, please!

There is a growing spatial separation between red and blue America

By Fabrizio Tonello  

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016, in Canton, Ohio ©Evan Vucci/AP/Press Association Images

Forget the ever-changing polls regarding Donald Trump’s strength in the coming American presidential elections—and recent polls on whether voters believe that Hillary Clinton really did have pneumonia. The poll that matters most is this: half of Republican voters, and 55 per cent of Democratic voters actually fear the other party. It’s not just that they…

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