The 2020 election featured a level of partisan voting that exceeded even that of 2016. Why, then, did Joe Biden win and Hillary Clinton lose?
This is how Biden eked out his 2020 victory
Historically, high voter engagement in the United States has come during periods of high democratic dysfunction.
The high turnout in 2020 wasn’t good for American democracy
We examine how mobilization affects the Seattle democracy voucher program’s redistributive goals.
If We Build It, Only Some Will Come: An Experimental Study of Mobilization for Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program
The epic history of African American women's pursuit of political power—and how it transformed America.
Join the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University for the inaugural event of the "Seminar on Democracy: Past, Present, and Future."
State of Democracy and Future Research
The 2020 Election and Its Aftereffects: Results, Reflections, and Reimagining a Path Forward
Nov.4.2020 – Nov.6.2020
Do you have questions about the election? Our experts have answers!
Ask Johns Hopkins Anything (AJHA)
Rebuilding U.S. Democracy Together
A bipartisan discussion about what we have learned about parties, partisanship, and the structures of our democracy.
The Past Four Years: What Have We Learned?
A conversation with JHU experts about how our community and our country might move forward together to realize the promise of democracy.
Election 2020 and its Meaning for Our Democracy
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