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The Bipartisan Policy Center examined who the public trusts to deliver information about how to vote, election administration, and election results. A survey of over 2,155 registered voters across the United States was conducted from Oct. 14-15, 2022, in Colorado (805 voters), Georgia (809 voters), and Wisconsin (501 voters). Key findings include: 1.) Regarding voting … Continue reading Who do Americans Look to for Election Information?

This summary is provided by the IPR Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion The USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations analyzed the perceptions of corporate activism in the public relations industry and beyond. An online survey of 163 PR professionals, 54 investors, 100 business leaders, 709 employees, and 1,537 consumers was conducted from Feb. 20 – … Continue reading How Should Corporations Respond to Social Issues?