26 April 2021
"Most Texans don’t think the political divisions in the state are as bad as they look; 81% told surveyors for a new Threads of Texas project that Texans’ common attitudes outnumber their differences."
“by looking only at Republican or Democrat, or only at immigrant versus native-born, or rural and urban, those fault lines exist, but they’re not as galvanizing in Texas as they are across the national level, said Christiana Lang, senior associate at More in Common USA."
20 April 2021
Hidden Tribes "has really given a quite different look at the political landscape and how people fall in terms of their political beliefs".
"It’s really informed our thinking about what they refer to as the ‘exhausted majority,’ which is to say that there are many, many people in this country and they have different political leanings, and they’re not a monolithic block, but the majority of people in this country don’t fall into the progressive activist or traditional conservative camps".
11 April 2021
"You put two people across the political divide together, and they think about each other differently when they're done with that conversation."
"More in Common talks about the Exhausted Majority... about 89% of the country is exhausted, sick of this, scared about where the country is going...the good news is that there is a vast majority of people who want to get out of this."
28 March 2021
24 March 2021
"While members of the ‘wing’ groups (on both the left and the right) tend to hold strong and consistent views across a range of political issues, those in the Exhausted Majority tend to deviate significantly in their views from issue to issue."