This chart sums up the differences between the two parties on critical issues. It’s no surprise that the two parties are 74 points apart on the very divisive Obamacare issue. Immigration With Requirements and Common Core Education have the smallest margin between the two parties. While all the other nine issues run 20 to 46 points apart.
The chart “provides the partisan split on a pathway to citizenship (both with and without requirements) and on abortion, education, global warming, gun control, health care, inequality, the minimum wage, same-sex marriage and U.S. policy toward Israel, as based on recent polls.” Nate Silver wrote on his 538 blog.