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.
Lee Drutman offers insights into how the electorate has shifted since the 2016 presidential election and how voters cross pressured on the economy and immigration could impact the 2020 election.Read More
Robert Griffin gives an overview of how opinions have — or have not — changed during President Trump’s first two years in office and what voters are looking for in future candidates.Read More
Patrick Ruffini analyzes Americans' attitudes toward immigration, finding deep divisions that cut across racial and ethnic lines, driven mainly by partisanship.Read More
Robert Griffin and John Sides dispute claims that Americans experiencing economic hardship are President Trump’s base by using a detailed set of questions that measure “economic distress” rather than general views about the economy.Read More
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