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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?

Morning Consult and Politico examined US voters’ views on law enforcement violence in 2023. A survey of 1,977 registered voters was conducted Jan. 27-29, 2023. Key findings include: 1.) 3-in-4 voters surveyed said police violence against the public is a “very” or “somewhat” serious problem in the United States. — This figure was 73% in … Continue reading Some American Voters See Police Violence as a Common Problem Against Black Americans