More in Common conducts some of the most detailed research into the drivers of social fracturing and polarization. Our latest series of studies map different segments of the population according to their values, beliefs and sense of group attachments. Across our research work, we aim to incorporate new insights from political science, psychology, sociology and other fields. 

More in Common has a team of professional in-house researchers who work with external advisers, experts and research firms. We are committed to rigorous, high-quality research and working with academics and leading market research firms across the world. We are strongly committed to collaboration with the growing number of institutions undertaking research related to our priority issues. 

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