I just took the "Perception Gap Quiz". which has been in the news recently. It's very brief, and my result is flawed because I've read about the results and adjusted my responses accordingly. My gap was -9%, when the average Dems is 19%. I gave the Republicans too much credit in judging Trump to be a flawed person and in worrying about climate change.
I suspect even if I hadn't read about the quiz before, I likely would have had a smaller perception gap than the average Democrat. I do scan the Washington Times website each morning, though I rarely click through to the story, and I follow the Powerline Blog, staffed by four conservatives, and the Althouse blog. Althouse may have voted for Obama in the past and hide her 2016 choice, but she tends to be right of center. And my background growing up means I can be more understanding of Trump voters, at least if I'm reminded to be understanding. (My knee-jerk reactions may differ.)