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America Needs a ‘We Need You’ Message to Counter Foreign Election Interference

America Needs a ‘We Need You’ Message to Counter Foreign Election Interference

01 September 2020

We need a better understanding of why Americans are not more deeply engaged on the issue of foreign election interference.

America Needs a ‘We Need You’ Message to Counter Foreign Election Interference

Pandemic deepens Americans' pride in their community

Pandemic deepens Americans' pride in their community

30 June 2020

More in Common, in partnership with Reader's Digest, today published the American Unity survey showing that amidst troubled times and deep national divisions, Americans have become more proud of their local communities in the wake of COVID-19.

Americans Surprisingly United Locally-Though Nationally, Divided as Ever, Survey Shows

Traditional conservatives are rethinking their views in light of Covid-19

Traditional conservatives are rethinking their views in light of Covid-19

29 May 2020

Stephen Hawkins and Dan Vallone write that some traditional conservatives are responding to Covid-19 through a social and community lens, rather than a partisan filter. If this shift endures, it could have significant implications

Traditional conservatives are rethinking their views in light of Covid-19

The paradox of the pandemic

The paradox of the pandemic

16 April 2020

A survey by More in Common, a group that studies polarisation ... suggests America is fundamentally the same country of concerned, good-hearted citizens it ever was. Even when its national politics is seized by demagogues, responsibility and accountability matter in everyday governance.

The paradox of the pandemic

The “Invisibles” in the Pandemic

The “Invisibles” in the Pandemic

26 March 2020

As governments scramble to rebuild households and businesses following the threat of #COVID19, they should not neglect local communities, write our co-founders Tim Dixon and Mathieu Lefèvre in this oped for Project Syndicate.

The Invisibles in the Pandemic