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Election 24 Issues at Stake

Election ’24: Issues at Stake

Election ’24: Issues at Stake

Election ’24: Issues at Stake aims to bring public attention to consequential policy issues confronting voters and policymakers in the run up to the 2024 election. This includes equipping leaders with insights and policy ideas to help them govern in 2025 and beyond. Learn more about Election ’24


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May 25, 2024

Republicans identify as working and lower class more than Democrats. Deseret News cites research by William Galston to explain why.

May 25, 2024

The New York Times cited research from Andre Perry that climate change is now a greater political concern for Black Americans than abortion or the state of democracy. 

April 29, 2024

The Atlanta Journal Constitution cites data from William Frey that more democratic voters are moving to Georgia ahead of the upcoming elections.

April 27, 2024

NBC News cites research from Gabriel Sanchez to explain why young Latino voters in battleground states are disillusioned with both political parties.  

April 26, 2024

Darrell West spoke to The Hill about how the GOP’s inclusion of a TikTok ban “won’t be any specific harm to 鶹ҳ because it was a large bipartisan vote that approved the ban.”

April 25, 2024

“The vast majority of Americans want more policy over politics,” said Cecilia Rouse at an event on how the 2024 election could impact efforts to revitalize industries and create jobs.