"I divide your position" is the first that came to my mind, but I think it's definitely incorrect. Is there any phrase like this with "position", not "opinion"?

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    What's wrong with "I share your position"? – Roger Mar 21 '14 at 13:22
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    "Seconded". "Agreed". "Accord". – Elliott Frisch Mar 21 '14 at 13:46
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    If you say "I concur," you don't have to add anything else. – Sven Yargs Mar 21 '14 at 18:22

Here are some more conversational ways to say "I share your opinion".:

My position is the same as yours.

I hold the same position.

I share your position.

We share the same position.

My thoughts exactly.

I feel likewise.

I feel the same way.

We are of the same mind.


I am of the same mind.

I agree with you.

I have the same opinion.

I have the same feelings. [In some cases]


We are on the same page.

A fine list of idiomatic expressions meaning the same thing on a scale!


How about this?

I agree with your position


We're on the same wavelength

on the same wavelength

: in agreement

Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms

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