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By Sheetal Sukhija  | Monday October 30, 2017
Majority of Americans not riveted by Trump politics anymore
 According to a survey conducted by The Washington Post-University of Maryland, seven in ten Americans think that political tensions have reached a dangerously low point in the U.S. The poll, that painted a bleak picture of how Americans view the current political situation, noted that many see the situation as a "new normal" for the country rather than a fleeting trend. According to the poll released on Saturday, a large majority of respondents – 70 percent – say that political divisions are at least as big as they were during the Vietnam War, a period remembered for its intense social and political upheaval. It said that that number was even bigger among individuals 65 and older – people who were adults during the tumultuous years of the Vietnam War. At the same time, Americans' views of politicians' ethics and honesty have reached at least a 30-year low. The poll further showed that just 14 percent view politicians' ethics as excellent or good - the same number stood at 25 percent in 1997 and 39 percent in 1987...Read more