A protester and counter-protester square off at a Trump rally / Reuters
Political polls and years of knife-edge elections have convinced many that our country has become a 50:50 society, divided into two opposing political tribes and trapped in a spiral of conflict and division.
By (left-to-right) Stephen Hawkins, Dr. Daniel Yudkin, Miriam Juan-Torres González, and Tim Dixon
Hawkins: Research Director and Senior Associate, More in Common USA
Yudkin: Postdoctoral Researcher in Social Decision Making, Yale University; Senior Associate, More in Common USA
González: Senior Researcher, More in Common USA
Dixon: Co-Founder, More in Common USA