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Forget toxic Twitter debates: the UK isn’t as divided on trans rights as you think

Forget toxic Twitter debates: the UK isn’t as divided on trans rights as you think

16 June 2022

The Guardian

"In an op-ed article, More in Common UK Director Luke Tryl explores the findings from our recent ‘Britons and Gender Identity’ report, arguing that the discourse among ordinary people on trans issues, is far less divisive than that you see in politics and the media."

Abstentionists "are as aware as the average French person of ecology"

Abstentionists "are as aware as the average French person of ecology"

14 June 2022

Radio France

In an interview on leading national radio France Inter’s morning programme in June 2022, Destin Commun’s director Laurence de Nervaux analyzed the various causes of electoral abstention, and explored the paths to reengage the most distrustful.

Abstentionists "are as aware as the average French person of ecology"

Can Americans Find Common Ground On Jan. 6?

Can Americans Find Common Ground On Jan. 6?

09 June 2022

LX News

In an interview on NBCLX in June 2022, More in Common US Director Dan Vallone shared key findings from our recent American Identity survey on the state of division, Americans’ views on history and holidays, and meaningful ways to find common ground. 

Can Americans Find Common Ground On Jan. 6?

Partygate and the cost of living are turning voters off the Tories

Partygate and the cost of living are turning voters off the Tories

24 May 2022

The Times

“In an op-ed article, More in Common UK Director Luke Tryl brings together the findings from our recent polling and focus groups, emphasising the importance of the rising cost of living, and how it has together with partygate reinforced in the minds of the public the notion that the political class is out of touch and doesn’t understand their concerns”

Partygate and the cost of living are turning voters off the Tories

Speeding up the green transition and Poland

Speeding up the green transition and Poland

23 May 2022

In Poland, the transition to renewable energy is gradually becoming a subject of a broad public consensus. But whether it succeeds will ultimately be determined by the political will of the Law and Justice party.

Speeding up the green transition and Poland