Polls show that public sentiment across the political spectrum does not favor the political extremes on the issues of climate change, energy, and the environment.
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After the infamous Derek Chauvin was stabbed, both news and social media began criticizing the federal prison system and speculating that the public may not be getting the whole story.
In this iteration of our common ground series, we will explore common ground on the Isreali-Palestinian conflict, one of the most polarizing issues on the planet.
The emotions evoked by this war understandably provide for some pretty contentious interactions between those who are not directly affected by the war, let alone those who have family connections or have lived in the region. Something we’re not seeing–or seeing as often–however, are constructive conversations from those with differing perspectives about the current conflict taking place.
New data shows Americans are overwhelming in agreement on climate change. Where does the conversation go from here?
Today, we find ourselves in a high-stakes struggle. Polarization is tearing us apart, pushing us towards a precipice where civil war is not an unthinkable consequence.
Some Democratic and Republican lawmakers are pushing to increase transparency around UAP sightings.
AI has made headlines recently as a potentially world-altering technology. While there are many opinions floating around about the technology's benefits and risks, Republicans and Democrats agree on some key points about AI, such as the impact of artificial intelligence on people’s personal lives and decision making.
The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in 2023 sparked both excitement and fear in the United States and around the world. Here's how international media portrayed AI's risks and rewards.
Opioid addiction and fentanyl laced drugs continue to be an issue across communities, Republican and Democratic. Here are a few bipartisan solutions to the issue.
Breweries are one of the places in our society where people of all political persuasions gather together.
On what issues do Republicans and Democrats agree – and disagree – on areas of life satisfaction? A new poll helps answer the question, and shows us that there's more common ground that we might imagine.
There are plenty of aspects of workers’ rights and well-being that gain approval from people across the political spectrum.
Poverty compounds many policies and social issues, from education to incarceration. This means that both sides have incentives to mitigate it, resulting in a lot of common ground on the issue.
When examining elections, one may conclude that their competitive nature means they’re inherently divisive. Yet when expanding one’s viewpoint to see the shared values that have fostered our democratic republic, many commonalities are revealed.
Education is an issue that touches everyone – and can easily be divisive, especially when it comes to matters like whether teachers should be allowed to conceal information from parents about their child. So, where do Americans agree on education policy?
While much of the country remains deeply divided on trans issues, there has been much progress and common ground on LGBTQ issues as a whole.
With the United States consistently oscillating between isolationist and interventionist periods depending on the political climate, views about foreign policy tend to shift with the times. Even so, party divisions exist on this issue, as does common ground.