There is a crisis of democracy in America which poses fundamental questions for company engagement in the political process, expert.
Election Science articles
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Liberals and conservatives differ in how they perceive dominance in women, which may influence their likelihood to vote them.
FairVote, a nonpartisan group dedicated to improving elections, has released its “Dubious Democracy” state rankings for all 50 states.
The Electoral College is in part to blame for the deep challenges American democracy has faced in recent years, notably in 2020, article.
Unrestrained gerrymandering can greatly distort the composition of a legislature, possibly leading to loss of representation, article.
As American democracy faces a grave test unpinned by internal attacks on the right to vote, a key expert argues for mandatory voting.
The article contributes to research on social networks and politics by surveying Arizona registered voters on political persuasion, others.
A new study at University of Freiburg has characterized brain activity that occurs when we are socially influenced to change our minds.
A new finding shows that Mesoamerican societies with more elaborate writing systems tended to have less shared power.
Using Trump and the GOP, a new study shows how people resolve inconsistencies between their own moral views and preferred candidate.