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According to a Rasmussen poll released last week, voters in the United States see each other as a bigger enemy than Russia or North Korea — and as dangerous as China.

Twenty-four percent of likely U.S. voters believe Biden voters are America’s biggest enemy. An identical number see China as the top enemy.

Twenty-two percent believe Trump voters are the biggest enemy. Ten percent see Russia that way, seven percent believe North Korea is the largest threat.

Unaffiliated voters rate China, Biden voters and Trump voters as equal threats.

The poll said half of the voters blame President Trump for the division, but almost as many do not see it improving if Joe Biden is President.

Author: Jacob Hall