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Roseanne shines light on today's two Americas

The reboot of an 80s sitcom shows a duality among American voters, and that even among Trumpists, support is qualified

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Roseanne Barr and John Goodman in the reboot of Roseanne, which premiered last month. The revived show did especially well among those who voted for President Trump two years earlier.

When the American sitcom Roseanne was originally launched on the ABC television network in October 1988, Republican President Ronald Reagan was about to begin his last year in office.

At that time, pundits and politicos were discussing the emergence of the so-called "Reagan Democrats" -

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