Major network and cable TV news outlets have given the most airtime to members of Congress with the most extreme views, contributing to growing political polarization in the U.S., a study suggests.
We present research that examines why some individuals vehemently support or condemn the Confederate flag and its role in American race relations.
A recent analysis of 64 protest events where counter-protesters showed up finds a rate of 2.2 arrests per right-leaning protest compared with 5.5 arrests per left-leaning protest.
Harvard Kennedy School researcher Joan Donovan, an expert on far-right extremism and misinformation campaigns, offers journalists four tips for covering Pro-Trump rallies and other activities.
Barbara A. Perry, director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, offers journalists four tips for covering presidential transitions.
The outcome of the 2020 presidential election is in the hands of those voters lucky enough to live in a battleground state -- but some battleground states are more crucial than others.
New research in Science delves into the rise of political sectarianism in America -- and how to fix it.
Vote in person or by mail ballot? We spotlight research studies that will help journalists explain the risks to their audiences.
"Trump is likely to get a lower percentage of their vote in 2020, but it could be offset by a yet unmentioned factor -- the relatively low voting rate of whites without a college education."
Today’s presidential nominees need not only convince voters that they’re the better choice but also that their party is an acceptable choice, writes Thomas E. Patterson.