Who J.D. Vance Is For

Avery Shields July 18, 2024

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Divorced Men Are Voting For Donald Trump

Avery Shields July 18, 2024

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The GOP is Poised to Make Gains With Young Voters

Daniel A. Cox July 15, 2024

Of the many ways that Donald Trump has scrambled the country’s political demography, none is more surprising than the way he changed the GOP’s relationship with young voters. Not all polling agrees, but many reputable polling outfits have found Trump neck-and-neck with Biden among young voters. But it’s not simply that Trump has suddenly become more appealing Continue Reading →

Women are more interested in making friends at work because they’re more likely to face career interruptions

Avery Shields July 15, 2024

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The questions “When Harry Met Sally” make us consider today

Avery Shields July 14, 2024

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Could the Utah Compact make a difference for America’s immigration standoff?

Avery Shields July 8, 2024

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Gen Zers don’t know how to flirt. Experts say it could make dating better.

Avery Shields July 8, 2024

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How a support network is building a strong community for men married to service members

Avery Shields July 5, 2024

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‘I just can’t bring myself to support either candidate’: Why so many American Latter-day Saints feel politically homeless

Avery Shields July 5, 2024

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Young Men Are Swinging Hard Right in Korea. It’s a Warning for America.

Avery Shields July 1, 2024

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Survey Reports

Daniel A. Cox, Kyle Gray, Kelsey Eyre Hammond
May 28, 2024

An Unsettled Electorate: How Uncertainty and Apathy Are Shaping the 2024 Election

A survey of more than 6,500 US adults focused on the 2024 presidential election reveals a pessimistic and unsettled American electorate fractured by education, ideology, class, and gender. Continue Reading →

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Daniel A. Cox, Kelsey Eyre Hammond, Kyle Gray
November 9, 2023

Generation Z and the Transformation of American Adolescence: How Gen Z’s Formative Experiences Shape Its Politics, Priorities, and Future

This report explores the foundational differences between American generations through their formative adolescent experiences. Continue Reading →

Young man sitting in a dark room before a wall featuring various conspiracy theory-related items illuminated by a computer screen

Daniel A. Cox, M. Anthony Mills, Ian R. Banks, Kelsey Eyre Hammond, Kyle Gray
September 28, 2023

America’s Crisis of Confidence: Rising Mistrust, Conspiracies, and Vaccine Hesitancy After COVID-19

America is experiencing a crosscutting crisis of expertise and scientific distrust accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic that poses significant challenges to democratic debate and public decision-making Continue Reading →

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Daniel A. Cox, Brent Orrell, Kyle Gray, Jessie Wall
September 14, 2023

The Social Workplace: Social Capital, Human Dignity, and Work in America, Volume II

The Social Workplace, Volume II examines Americans’ expectations and experiences surrounding work, the workplace, and key job-related priorities such as pay and interpersonal connections. Continue Reading →