06 April 2023
Last summer, I asked a small group of my former students and staff members to take More in Common’s Perception Gap quiz, and review the findings. Those who did were really surprised at how wrong they were about the other side and how extreme they assumed them to be. I, myself, was off on average (across several policy issues) about 30%!
19 March 2023
"Whether we think the Iraq War looms large in our society or affects us hardly at all, if we share a common desire to learn about it, then we might better manage this second act." US Executive Director, Dan Vallone highlights Americans' and veterans' memories and thoughts of the Iraq War upon its 20th anniversary citing the report, Operation Iraqi Freedom at 20: Americans and the Iraq War.
06 March 2023
Columnist Gonzalo Schwartz refers to our data in Speaking To The Exhausted Majority to make the argument that Americans want a positive vision for the country and politicians would be wise to focus on The American Dream and unity in the upcoming election cycle.
02 March 2023
Columnist, David French cites our research about Americans skewed perceptions of members of the opposing party and how it plays into the ever growing cancel culture confronting Americans and private organizations.
08 February 2023
Columnist Jennifer Rubin writes More in Common's report on the country's mood suggests we’re going about our politics all wrong.