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How the Tories can avoid the same fate as Boris

How the Tories can avoid the same fate as Boris

12 July 2022

The Times

In his latest column for The Times, Luke Tryl details how the demise of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson can be tracked by the responses he got when hosting regular focus groups across the UK. Using the latest More in Common research, Luke outlines what the next occupant of Number 10 needs to do to heal division and rebuild trust.

How the Tories can avoid the same fate as Boris

Quarter of young Europeans don’t believe in human-driven climate change

Quarter of young Europeans don’t believe in human-driven climate change

03 July 2022

i News

The i newspaper looks at our new report about concern for climate change across Europe.

Quarter of young Europeans don’t believe in human-driven climate change

Can we still celebrate ‘E Pluribus Unum’ on the Fourth of July?

Can we still celebrate ‘E Pluribus Unum’ on the Fourth of July?

01 July 2022

The Seattle Times

Our colleague Coco Xu looks at American identity and the motto of “e pluribus unum”

Can we still celebrate ‘E Pluribus Unum’ on the Fourth of July?

Why On Earth Is Pelosi Supporting The Trumpists

Why On Earth Is Pelosi Supporting The Trumpists

30 June 2022

The New York Times

In his weekly column in the New York Times, David Brooks quotes More in Common’s latest report on American identity. 

Why On Earth Is Pelosi Supporting The Trumpists
The opinion of the invisible

The opinion of the invisible

30 June 2022

Zeit Online

Die Zeit covers our new report in Germany which looks at how the ‘invisible third’ think about the war in Ukraine, rising prices and climate policy.

The opinion of the invisible