If you don't have friends that disagree with you politically, you are not alone.
According to Pew, four out of ten registered voters on both sides of the aisle say they have no friends that disagree with them politically. This doesn't surprise political analyst Dan Snell.
"It's part of what we see in America today. They is strong division. Your side's bad. My side is good," Snell explained.
And he says it wasn't always the case. We used to have friends with opposite views.
"Most of us over the age of 35 do remember when you could agree to disagree and move on," Snell said.
Nearly nine out of ten Trump and Biden supporters say they have some close friends who support their candidate for President.