The vast majority of New Hampshire residents view the Republican Party as divided, while a smaller majority see the Democratic Party as divided. Slightly more Granite Staters say the Democratic Party represents their values well, while members of both parties are divided on whether they would like their party officials to be more moderate or more ideologically-driven. Residents have disparate opinions on the most important problem facing the country and most frequently mention political matters such as the President, partisanship, and division.
UNH Survey Center
Survey Center, UNH, "Majority View Republican and Democratic Parties As Divided, Want Both to Be More Moderate; Trump and Partisanship Most Important Problems Facing Country 11/28/17" (2017). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 21.