"It's as if the Republicans are a tribe and they're living in one part of Minnesota, and Democrats are another tribe living elsewhere," Humphrey Institute political scientist Larry Jacobs marvels. "It is one of the most striking manifestations of the polarization in our political world today. We are literally living apart."
For open discussion: Does like draw like, or do our values determine where we live, and then result in neighborhood political pockets? Does this supplement your ideas about redistricting?
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