One year out from the 2020 election, American voters support a range of pragmatic government actions to expand health care access and reduce costs; increase taxation on the wealthy; help low-income families with basic living necessities; and check corporate power.
One year out from the 2020 election, the contours of the eventual vote, both demographically and in the Electoral College, seem clear—but the paths both parties may eventually choose to successfully harness these tangible trends remain in flux.
Federal law requires college accreditation agencies to include public representation on their boards, but too often, these commissioners lack backgrounds sufficiently independent of the colleges they oversee.
Voters overwhelmingly support clean slate legislation to automatically seal records for nonviolent crimes and marijuana possession. Support also crosses party and demographic lines for legalization of marijuana.
A major new study of voter attitudes finds deep partisan divides on trust in government under President Trump and serious concerns about a range of the president’s and his team’s actions and decisions.
CAP’s comprehensive new analysis of 2016 turnout and voting patterns reveals important and surprising results about what happened in the election.
This week, Michele and Igor speak with David Litt, a former speechwriter for then-President Barack Obama, who discusses his experiences at the White House.
Efforts to weaken the federal Gun-Free School Zones Act put students, faculty, and other staff at risk.
A majority of small-business owners support a nationally administered paid family and medical leave insurance program.
Americans have always fought to expand democratic freedoms and protect democratic society from being corrupted through unchecked private greed and undermined through grotesque inequality.
Study results suggest that professional teams that endorse an LGBT-inclusive vision of diversity in sports are viewed favorably by the public and could gain support from LGBT fans.
New polling data shows widespread support among small business owners for providing employees with birth control coverage.
As the U.S. Supreme Court’s Burwell v. Hobby Lobby ruling becomes the law of the land, small business owners show just how unnecessary the religious accommodations for contraceptive insurance are.
Americans from diverse faith traditions are responding to the threat of climate change and working to protect the environment, its inhabitants, and its resources.
Washington, D.C. — Over the next several weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide a series of cases that could have a lasting impact on the Constitution and the country. On Monday, June 8, the Center for American Progress will hold a panel providing analysis on what to anticipate during the final weeks of this critical...