08 December 2022
Amanda Ripley's latest article for the Washington Post includes reference to our recent report on Defusing the History Wars, a new report on how right now, American parents, politicians and educators are having the wrong fights with the wrong people about the wrong things.
We keep moving from one wrong fight to another. Here's how to stop.
07 December 2022
How should schools teach the nation’s history? Americans are less divided than they think they are on the question, according to a our new study.
Americans Do Disagree on How History Should Be Taught - But Less Than They Think
18 November 2022
More in Common UK Director Luke Tryl speaks to Evan Davis on what the impact of the recent budget will be on public attitudes.
What will the impact of the recent budget be on public attitudes
07 November 2022
As the World Cup approaches, Luke Tryl, the UK director of More in Common, said: “The British public clearly thinks that Qatar’s position on LGBT rights was a reason not to award the World Cup to that country…The clear message from the public to Fifa is that in picking future tournament venues, human rights considerations should be front and centre"
Six out of 10 people in UK oppose Qatar hosting World Cup over anti-gay Laws
29 October 2022
In her newest article in the New Yorker, Jill Lepore explores More in Common’s research about people’s perceptions of the U.S Constitution.