The latest survey results from the political science research project Bright Line Watch are in: US democracy gets just 61 out of 100.
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The new study examines a series of factors surrounding the announcement (or lack thereof) of statewide mask mandates in all 50 states.
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Despite the billions spent each presidential election year, political ads don't move the needle much at all for voters, researchers say.
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The top of a presidential ticket matters more than the vice presidential nominee, an expert says. She digs into the evolving history of the VP pick.
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The Trump administration's decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization (WHO) is a "terrible decision," says Davidson Hamer. He explains why.
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The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting politics and the upcoming election. But political scientist Samara Klar says the country isn't actually so divided.
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"We are taking on the belief that money is to blame for all that ails American politics. The reality is very different. Money does not buy elections..."
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The impact of corporate sociopolitical activism on a company's bottom line depends on how the activism aligns with key groups, research finds.
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