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"I can't imagine that anyone who would vote for Hillary Clinton would end up voting for McCain. If you look at the issues, there's a huge divide between Hillary and McCain," Peffley said.

Can I replace divide with 'gap'?

Thanks in advance!
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yes
but divide can also mean difference
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Optilang, are you saying gap doesn't imply different? I thought difference was the only figurative meaning for the two words.
I agree
Thanks, Optilang!
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"Divide" is slightly more formal than "gap."
Ddms
Thanks, Ddms. That's new to me.