In politics, a partisan is a committed member of a political party. In multi-party
systems, the term is used for politicians who strongly support their party's policies
Sep 12, 2014 ... Wide Partisan Differences Over the Issues That Matter in 2014 ... But only about
half of Democratic voters say each of these issues are very important to their vote
decisions. .... Partisanship and Political Animosity in 2016.
Nov 15, 2013 ... Obamacare critics who anticipated the law's problems are well within their ... This
is why normal Americans mistrust partisan political junkies.
Jan 8, 2016 ... A new year is a new opportunity to toss out partisan politics. ... our nation's
politics again and address the issues plaguing our government.
Dec 20, 2010 ... As partisan rancor in Washington shows no signs of abating, the calls for
bipartisan approaches to politics are becoming stronger. While the ...
Jan 13, 2016 ... Politics aren't more partisan today–we're just fighting about more issues ... Today,
both issues are divided along purely partisan lines, as their ...
Nov 9, 2012 ... A pre-election survey by the independent research organization NORC at the
University of Chicago found that party affiliation alters how people ...
Apr 15, 2015 ... Most partisans treat politics like sports rivalries, study shows ... sports rivalries
instead of making political choices based on issues, according to ...
Second, although all Christian political activists would encounter the same sorts
of issues, this analysis focuses on partisan involvement, primarily participation ...
Washington is no longer capable of solving the problems facing America. ... But
we do expect our elected officials to replace the politics of partisan point-scoring