Some have argued that the 2020 election is a repudiation of Trump. Others have argued it is a rejection of the Democratic party. Those who argue the former point to Biden’s victory, winning back voters in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, and flipping traditionally red states like Arizona, and possibly even Georgia. Those who argue the latter point to the ground lost by Democrats in the House, and the failure to win back the Senate, despite polls suggesting a blue wave. Both are correct. The results demonstrate an electorate that remains deeply divided.