Approximately 52% of Trump voters (about 38 million of 74 million people) and 40% of Biden (about 32 million of 80 million people) now hold at least casual pan-secessionist sympathies. My guess is that the percentage of non-voters (about another 80 million) with a favorable view of pan-secession would be just as high because non-voters typically have less regard for the system than voters.
A majority of Trump voters want to split the country into red and blue halves, according to a new poll conducted by the University of Virginia’s (UVA) nonpartisan Center for Politics.
Roughly 52 percent of people who voted for Republican former President Donald Trump either “somewhat agree” or “strongly agree” that it’s time to split the country, favoring that either red or blue states secede from the union, the poll found.
Comparatively, 41 percent of people who voted for Democratic President Joe Biden agree with the idea.