How do we talk about race, identity, and polarization in a way that doesn’t imagine that one election—or one elected leader—can heal all wounds?
Race, Polarization, and Life After the Election
We explore youth attitudes towards the election and democracy, and the role they will play in determining the outcome of this election, and our future politics.
Young People and the 2020 Election
How can we mitigate the likely failures of large-scale voting systems operating under in a context of increased fear over manipulation?
Securing the Vote
Why is it that many populists manage to win a second term? And why might Trump’s fate to be different?
Populism’s Second Term
Political journalists are struggling to cover a campaign with more than the usual share of falsehood and vitriol. How can voters sort fact from fiction?
Trump vs. Biden vs. Media and Manipulation
A virtual primer on the history of U.S. presidential debates and how lessons from the past can be applied to the 2020 election.
SNF Agora Training: Presidential Debates Past & Present
Keeping Elections and Voters Safe
Most candidates agree that “grass-roots engagement” and a good ground campaign matter, but too often candidates misunderstand what actually makes them work.
The best way for Democrats to win in 2020? By ignoring the candidates for now.
A first wave of sociological research on the 2016 presidential election has now been published, and a prominent theme of this research is the appeal of Trump’s campaign to white, working-class voters.
Status Threat, Material Interests, and the 2016 Presidential Vote
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