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For COVID-19, as with everything else, Americans on the right and left live in different universes when it comes to trusting the media

For COVID-19, as with everything else, Americans on the right and left live in different universes when it comes to trusting the media

17 September 2020

NiemanLab
A new study looks at how people in seven countries view the motives of the news media in covering the pandemic. Only in the United States is that a profoundly partisan question.

For COVID-19, as with everything else, Americans on the right and left live in different universes when it comes to trusting the media

Vacancy: rule-breakers for post-Covid politics

Vacancy: rule-breakers for post-Covid politics

17 September 2020

The Financial Times
The pandemic has undermined trust in Europe’s leaders and is sending voters in search of new answers

Vacancy: rule-breakers for post-Covid politics

"In Italy we are proud of our crisis management. But little trust is placed in politics"

"In Italy we are proud of our crisis management. But little trust is placed in politics"

17 September 2020

Corriere della Sera (Italian)
"The research of "More in Common" to understand how the populations of the main countries perceive the response to the emergency. Only 29% of Americans are happy with their government's response."

Covid, in Italia ci si scopre orgogliosi della gestione della crisi. Ma ci si fida poco della politica

America Needs a ‘We Need You’ Message to Counter Foreign Election Interference

America Needs a ‘We Need You’ Message to Counter Foreign Election Interference

01 September 2020

We need a better understanding of why Americans are not more deeply engaged on the issue of foreign election interference.

America Needs a ‘We Need You’ Message to Counter Foreign Election Interference

Pandemic deepens Americans' pride in their community

Pandemic deepens Americans' pride in their community

30 June 2020

More in Common, in partnership with Reader's Digest, today published the American Unity survey showing that amidst troubled times and deep national divisions, Americans have become more proud of their local communities in the wake of COVID-19.

Americans Surprisingly United Locally-Though Nationally, Divided as Ever, Survey Shows