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.
In this report, Lee Drutman looks at Republican perceptions of the 2020 election and reveals a set of beliefs that strongly correlate with support for Trump and his "Stop the Steal" narrative.Read More
Explore extensive, week-by-week survey data describing public opinion during the leadup to and aftermath of election 2020 — with interactive visualizations you can sort by race, gender, income, geography, education level, and political leanings.Read More
In a piece for The Washington Post, Robert Griffin and Mayesha Quasem share insights on the unusually steep drop in confidence in election integrity among Republicans after Joe Biden’s win.Read More
Karlyn Bowman and Samantha Goldstein examine survey findings that show key election takeaways from the perspectives of voters — including significant differences in the experiences and perceptions of voters by race and ethnicity, and political affiliation.Read More
In an op-ed for The Washington Post, Robert Griffin challenges the notion that voting restrictions will help Republicans, hurt Democrats.Read More
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