“Sixty-five percent of Republicans say they would rather live in communities where ‘houses are larger and farther apart’ and ‘schools, stores, and restaurants are several miles away.’ In contrast, 61 percent of Democrats said they would prefer to live in a place where the homes are smaller and more densely packed into neighborhoods, and stores, schools, and restaurants are in walking distance.” Is that alone a big deal? Not really. The big deal is what it represents. We know we’re divided by our politics. But, now more than ever, those political divides extend to just about everything in our lives. The divide grew during the Obama years, and it’s exploded in the first year of Trump.

+ Here’s the full Pew Report: The partisan divide on political values grows even wider.