More than four in 10 Americans said they were political independents in a 2015 Gallup poll. That was a new record high, but the analysts say the trend is misleading. Rather than moving to the middle, voters actually are more polarized than ever.
More than four in 10 Americans said they were political independents in a 2015 Gallup poll. That was a new record high, but the analysts say the trend is misleading. Rather than moving to the middle, voters actually are more polarized than ever. GALLUP
More than four in 10 Americans said they were political independents in a 2015 Gallup poll. That was a new record high, but the analysts say the trend is misleading. Rather than moving to the middle, voters actually are more polarized than ever. GALLUP

It’s time for the ‘Unaffiliated Party’

April 06, 2017 6:47 PM