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US elections 2020

US election: Rage engulfs both Republicans and Democrats

Battleground states become frontline of ideological divide

A Trump supporter calls for stopping the counting of votes in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Nov. 5. (Photo by Yumiko Oshima)

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania/PHOENIX, Arizona -- Tuesday's U.S. presidential election saw the highest turnout in 120 years, with Joe Biden and Donald Trump amassing the most and second-most votes in U.S. election history.

Yet supporters on both sides may have walked away disappointed, the Pew Research Center noted in a report Friday, as a divided government looked more likely.

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