A new poll has sampled the opinions of voters about voting methods during coronavirus. 2 in 3, at least, were concerned about in person voting.
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A new poll has shown that among the concerns as 2020 elections loom, voter fraud and foreign interference worry American voters the most.
Expert’s revolutionary research shows that shining a light on today’s “propagandists, criminals and con artists”, can undermine their capacity to deceive.
Consistent with previous research but contrary to folk wisdom, political attitudes are remarkably stable over the long term, experts.
One of the great illnesses afflicting 21st century democracy is a lack of trust – not just in politicians but in each other and ourselves, experts.
“What’s in a Font?: Ideological Perceptions of Typography” questions the potential impact on voters if fonts are found to have political attributes.
Even when people believed Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 election, they did not use ‘she’ to refer to the next president.
Division of labour and political polarization—two social phenomena not typically considered together—may actually share a common social mechanism.
Study on the effects of voting costs—specifically, distance to polling location—using geographic discontinuities.
Researchers concluded that candidates did in fact benefit from attractive looks, as well as appearing “competent” in photographs.