The Democracy Fund Voter Study Group brings together analysts and scholars from across the political spectrum to examine and glean insights from the evolving views of the electorate.Learn More
The analysis comprised in our publications, discussed by our participants, and covered by the media is part of a broader effort to track the values, opinions, and attitudes of American voters.
Daniel Cox and Robert Griffin examine the latest Nationscape data, which shows areas of alignment and division of various faith communities with regard to restoring religious conventions during the pandemic.Read More
Political science professors and authors, Nathan P. Kalmoe and Lilliana Mason use specialized metrics and data from Democracy Fund Voter Study Group to assess growing openness to threats and violence and ways to de-escalate.Read More
In a new Washington Post op-ed, Robert Griffin, John Sides, and Michael Tesler examine Nationscape data and the shifting views on Asian-Americans in this era of COVID-19.Read More
John Sides and Robert Griffin of Democracy Fund Voter Study Group analyze new public opinion data amid the COVID-19 pandemic in this piece for The Washington Post.Read More
Democracy Fund and UCLA have released survey data that reflects the views of nearly 156,000 American residents between July 18, 2019 and January 2, 2020. The survey, one of the largest public opinion surveys ever conducted, includes people in nearly every county, congressional district and mid-sized city in the U.S.Get the Data
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