Where I live it is about 30% split dem/rep/ind. Trump won our area, I think largely because the republican base was far more organized and vocal, and there was a widespread distaste for Hillary.
Anyway, two local indivisible groups, one started by a Repub group and one started by dems, are going to the local congressional town hall. They are meeting in the same place, basically have the same issues, and will march to the office together. Both are encouraging respectfulness and mature discourse. Lots of us independents are tagging along with either. Because we are all Americans.
The main issues are replacing the ACA before repeal, immigration reform (the right way, which should have been done all along) , women's access to reproductive health care. One of the fears both groups voice is many women are poorer than men, and need the services given through the ACA and planned parenthood. Not necessarily abortion, mind you, but birth control, mammograms, cancers screenings and so on. Should make for an interesting day.
There is just so much name calling and hate out there. I truly hope we can salvage the best of both major parties and move forward.