Democrats and Republicans are as different as day and night (or donkeys and elephants).

They have different views on big issues, from education to foreign affairs. Have you ever seen a political debate in which one candidate declares that they agree with the other? You'd be hard-pressed to!

However, there are certain things that Democrats and Republicans do agree on, from their views on voters to their views on their careers.

Curious about what those things may be, Redditor Reddit807 asked:

"What's something Democrats and Republicans 100% agree on?"

Poor Opinion Of Voters

"Voters are something to be exploited and not individual human beings with rights and needs."

– sans-forme

"That voters are stupid and have short memories"

– dpalmer4444

Not Politics, But Still Agreement

"Warm brownies with cold ice cream is delicious"

– eschuylerhamilton

"Caillou sucks"

– Ivor79

"Pineapple does not belong on pizza"

– UN_Weapons_inspector

"And Betty White RIP"

– Americium_Yttrium

Pick Me...Again!

"They should be re-elected"

– DrChefAstronaut

Two Parties Are Enough

"That they dont want a 3rd party to break up their monopoly."

– Urbanredneck2

"no 3rd party will be allowed the means to compete"

– Pepe_Frogger

Changing Timings

"Eliminating Daylight savings time. Passed the Senate unanimously and awaiting a House vote and Biden signature. It's not much, but we'll take a win where we can."

– AldoRaineClone

"Getting rid of daylight savings time"

– badger7477

"Technically they're eliminating standard time and making daylight savings time permanent"

– icecoaster1319

Equal Enemies

"The other side is evil and wants to ruin the country"

– gentlemancaller2000

"That the other side is wrong."

– Deleted User

​Irresponsibility

"Lying and empty promises are the best policy."

– SqueakinSqueakers

Money, Money, Money

"Both sides love money and doing whatever they can to get more of it from their respective donors (only constituents that matter). Both sides will do anything to keep those spots and keep getting rich as hell off less than 200k/year."

– unknown1310P1

What The Problems Are

"Everyone agrees on 95% of WHAT the problems are."

"The problem is that no one wants to compromise on their solution and/or their solution is so f**ked up that compromise is impossible."

– SpaceBoJangles

Forever And Ever

"Term limits"

– SophisticatedPickle

"Neither side wants term limits for the House and Congress, but I think most Americans want them."

– Yayhoo0978

I guess anyone can find common ground, even if it's not exactly good common ground.

While it is important to know what each party believes and what they agree on, it's equally, if not more important, what you believe. After all, you're the one doing the voting!

Americans Divulge Things Europeans Need To Hear Right Now
Stephen Simpson, GettyImages

The US is represented in the majority of some of the biggest films recognized worldwide–from iconic movies like American Grafitti to The Color Purple, to recent critically-acclaimed films like Minari and Moonlight.

Keep reading...Show less

I admit, and this might as well be heresy to lots of people, that I just don't like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Sorry, everyone.

I know ya'll love it, but there's very little about it that I feel accurately captures the feeling of magic and whimsy that I experienced while I read Road Dahl's stellar book.

Before you get on my case, I'll emphatically deny liking Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory... because it's also terrible.

You just can't please some people (namely me), right?

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor Dame87 asked the online community,

"What is a film that gets a huge amount of praise but you think is awful?"
Keep reading...Show less
People Share Their Wildest Stories That Seem Too Far-fetched To Be True
photoman/GettyImages

Even though many of us have interesting events in our lives to share at a get-together, there is always someone who can top your story with a life event that can be a little too zany to be believed.

Keep reading...Show less

When you're younger, you might think you come from a great family. But as a kid, you miss out on a lot of nuance. You do not see all the drama the adults around you are involved in. And when you do eventually notice it, you start to realize that maybe few—if any—of your family members actually like each other. So why put up with all those tense family holiday dinners?

This isn't to say that all families are like this. Absolutely not. There are some very happy and wonderful families out there. But seeing families hurt each other is enough to teach you that maybe that age old tradition of getting together for Christmas dinner might not be in everyone's best interest.

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor captrober157 asked the online community,

"What family tradition ends with you?"
Keep reading...Show less