A view will almost always have a counter view. This is because people’s views are based on self-interest (survive and thrive) and self-interest varies based on environment.
I read a “view” in this column a while back where a lady wanted to ban those obnoxious loud blowers that the gardeners use to disturb the peace in the serene neighborhood of Old Fig, where I actually reside. I thought, what a charming and lovely idea, agreeing to her view out of self-interest so I could wake up to the birds chirping instead of the blower blowing.
By the nature of self-interest, the gardeners have the opposite view, thereby they do not want to sweep with a broom when the alternative is less laborious and half the time.
This concept is no different as with Democrats and Republicans; we pick the one that allies with our self-interests.
The examples are ubiquitous as most create tension, conflict and stagnicity. We all operate by this natural law that we can’t transcend, that our views are derived from self-interest.
May this give you some understanding for one another as well as some humility, especially when you hear that blower blowing.