A new study of U.S. public opinion shows a common path forward for the country based on national economic development and a more cooperative politics.
The Path to 270 in 2020
Results from a national survey of registered voters shed light on how Americans view the importance of the social safety net and other economic policies amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Women—particularly women of color—continue to make noteworthy gains at all levels of government, but bold policies and structural changes are still needed to reach gender parity in U.S. politics.
Every day that President Trump remains in office, he remains an active threat to our democracy.
President Donald Trump is an active danger to our democracy every day he remains in office, and the Cabinet and Vice President Mike Pence should immediately invoke the 25th Amendment to remove him.
While the pandemic has illustrated the need for progressive policies more than ever, significant challenges still confront those who advocate for and hope to implement them.
To address the most acute challenges, policy experts must center solutions on difficult, chronic problems. In this resilient nation that draws strength from its diversity, we can and must tackle these problems together and move forward to a better future for all.
The generational makeup of the United States will change dramatically in the future and that is projected to have potentially profound effects of future elections.
In a new survey, Daniel A. Cox and John Halpin examine the prevalence of misinformation about COVID-19, public confidence in the media, and concerns about the administration of the 2020 election.
The COVID-19 pandemic has compounded existing challenges for many parents in finding and affording high quality child care. Subsequently, voters strongly support increased governmental steps to help parents care for their kids and continue to work.
States must take immediate steps to prepare for conducting elections during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Expanding Vote by Mail, States Must Maintain In-Person Voting Options During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Although expanding vote by mail is critical, in-person options must be preserved to prevent disenfranchisement.
Elected officials must make it easier and safer to register and vote amid the pandemic.