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The Dis-Unification Of America Continues: I&I/TIPP Poll

President Biden recently accused Trump supporters of "semi-fascism," which runs counter to his goal of uniting the country.

President Biden speaks at Maryland fundraiser, where he accused Trump followers of "semi-fascism." Screengrab: C-Span, (https://www.c-span.org/video/?522491-1/president-biden-remarks-democratic-national-committee-rally).

To look on the bright side, Americans don’t disagree about everything. One issue in particular seems to bring them together in near-perfect accord: Are we a unified nation after more than a year-and-a-half of President Joe Biden? Americans overwhelmingly answer no, the latest I&I/TIPP Poll shows.

To gauge the ongoing unity zeitgeist, each month the I&I/TIPP Poll asks Americans whether “the United States is: Very united. Somewhat united. Somewhat divided. Very divided. Not sure.”

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