Deep voter pessimism and a lack of an economic agenda from Democrats, not just structural obstacles, drove GOP gains in 2014.
Ruy Teixeira and John Halpin write about how to reach the white working class, we need an economy that works for everyone.
Issue Brief A brief on how African American and Latina women view the economy.
Report A major new study of public attitudes about poverty, work, and economic opportunity reveals that many Americans remain in economic hardship and desire new efforts to provide low-income families with good paying jobs, greater access to education, and more supportive communities to raise their children.
Report With President Obama's re-election, a progressive multiracial, multiethnic, and cross-class coalition has clearly emerged, albeit in an early and tenuous stage.
A rising electorate, recovering economy, and rejection of conservative ideology drove the president’s historic re-election in 2012.
Report Ruy Teixeira and John Halpin explain how the shifting demographic balance of the American electorate, and the objective reality and voter perception of the economy in key battleground states will both play huge roles in determining the 2012 presidential election.
John Podesta and John Halpin on how the values in the Constitution are those that both progressives and conservatives should cherish and protect.
John Halpin talks about the progressive movement in an interview with Progressive Way.
Report A series of reports about the progressives response to demographic change throughout Europe, Australia, and the United States.
Report Ruy Teixeira and John Halpin examine several core assumptions that broadly define a progressive approach to economics in terms of theory, values, and practice.