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Report Racing Apart

Racing Apart

Attitudes on racial inequality, police, the Black Lives Matter movement, immigration, and Muslims shifted significantly between 2011 and 2020 — but mostly among Democrats and independents. During this period, the Democratic coalition has become more consistently liberal on racial issues. This Voter Study Group report examines a vast partisan divergence on race over a decade marked by identity-inflected politics and the push for racial justice.

Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity

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News The Hill

How the Democratic Party's campaign strategy is failing America

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Political Parties

News The New York Times

Quiz: If America Had Six Parties, Which Would You Belong To?

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Ideology, Political Parties

News FiveThirtyEight

Why Some Socially Liberal Gen-Z Voters Aren’t Leaving The GOP

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Political Parties

News FiveThirtyEight

The Response To The Jan. 6 Select Committee Paints A Worrying Picture Of Our Democracy

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Democratic Norms, Ideology, Political Parties

News The Week

The myth of asymmetric polarization

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Political Parties

News Salon

Biden's infrastructure bill — no matter how "bipartisan" — will not defeat fascism

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Democratic Norms, Elections, Political Parties

News The Atlantic

The Most Complete Picture Yet of America’s Changing Electorate

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Elections, Political Parties

Blog Faith in Elections Took a Big Hit in 2020

Faith in Elections Took a Big Hit in 2020

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.

Elections, Political Parties

Blog Republican Doubt About Election 2020 Is Uncommonly High

Republican Doubt About Election 2020 Is Uncommonly High

Two Voter Study Group reports — Crisis of Confidence and Theft Perception — bring depth to recent discussions about threats to faith in elections and democracy on MSNBC’s Morning Joe and All In.

Democratic Norms, Elections, Political Parties

News Msnbc

Chris Hayes: Why GOP compromised with Biden but not Obama

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Democratic Norms, Elections, Political Parties

News The Washington Post

The losers always doubt election results. That reached a dangerous level in 2020.

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Political Parties

News Msnbc

High distrust among GOP voters following 2020, new report shows

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Elections, Political Parties

Report Theft Perception

Theft Perception

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.

Democratic Norms, Elections, Political Parties

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Report Crisis of Confidence

Crisis of Confidence

While it’s not unusual for a losing candidate’s supporters to express skepticism about election results, faith in election 2020 was much more polarized than in prior years. In this report, Robert Griffin and Mayesha Quasem detail key differences.

Elections, Political Parties

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News Usnews World Report

How the GOP May – or May Not – Take Back the House in 2022

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Elections, Political Parties

News The Hill

Polls show little evidence of difficulty voting in 2020 elections

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Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity

News The Washington Post

There’s one voting reform that would have the greatest impact

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Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity

News Vox

The Big Lie is the GOP’s one and only truth

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Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity

Report Voices on the Vote

Voices on the Vote

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.

Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity

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News Vanity Fair

REPUBLICANS’ DRACONIAN VOTING RESTRICTIONS COULD BLOW UP IN THEIR FACES

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Elections, Political Parties

News Data for Progress

THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY’S SUBURBAN SHIFT CAN EMPOWER PROGRESSIVES

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Ideology, Political Parties

News The New York Times

The Fear That Is Shaping American Politics

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Elections, Ideology, Political Parties

News FiveThirtyEight

Why The Recent Violence Against Asian Americans May Solidify Their Support Of Democrats

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Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity

News The Washington Post

Thanks to Trump' rhetoric, Asian Americans are moving toward the Democratic Party

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity

Blog Republican Efforts to Make Voting Harder May Backfire

Republican Efforts to Make Voting Harder May Backfire

In an op-ed for The Washington Post, Robert Griffin challenges the notion that voting restrictions will help Republicans, hurt Democrats.

Democratic Norms, Elections, Political Parties

News Herald Net

Comment: GOP’s efforts to curtail voting may backfire on it

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Elections, Political Parties

News The Washington Post

Republicans want to make it much harder to vote. That strategy could backfire.

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Political Parties

News Mass Live

Counties that flipped from Donald Trump to Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election

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Elections, Political Parties, Race & Ethnicity

News Mass Live

Counties that flipped from Donald Trump to Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election

The Democracy Fund is a bipartisan foundation working to ensure that our political system is able to withstand new challenges and deliver on its promise to the American people.

Elections, Political Parties

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