Ideological Influences on Accountability Among the American Public On January 6, 2021, a joint session of Congress was scheduled to count electoral votes* that would formally establish Joe Biden’s victory over…Keep reading
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The fear of voter fraud has been a regular topic in our recent national narrative. It dominated political discussion following the last presidential election.
Public Wise conducted a series of non-voter focus groups after the 2020 election cycle in our four priority states: Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
Public Wise conducted a study to understand the relationship between voting laws and voter turnout.