23 Oktober 2019
"Eine Studie über die ermüdete Mitte erregte 2018 die USA. Nun gibt es eine solche Untersuchung auch in Deutschland. Die Leiterin Laura-Kristine Krause über die Befunde." Das Interview ist auf Zeit Online abrufbar.
26 Juli 2019
What we think we know about the other side is usually wrong. More in Common’s study found that average Democrats and Republicans radically overestimate the percentage of the other side that holds “extreme views.” The Perception Gap: How False Impressions are Pulling Americans Apart
24 Juni 2019
“If you want the least biased viewpoint, talk to an uneducated Democrat.” More in Common’s study confirms Rania Foroohar’s assertion that experts are the least likely to give up their own closely held ideas, even when they are proven wrong.
The Perception Gap: How False Impressions are Pulling Americans Apart
11 Mai 2019
More in Common’s findings show that while Greeks have a stronger sense of national identity and pride in their country than other European countries, this has not translated into anti-migrant feelings. Instead, compassion and solidarity form a part of their identity.
Attitudes towards National Identity, Immigration and Refugees in Greece
09 April 2019
Using data drawn from our Hidden Tribes study, The New York Times looked further into the fact that moderate Democrats outnumber the vocally active Democrats on social media by and large. The Democratic Party may have moved to the left in recent years, but it would be wrong to believe their entire voter base has moved along with them.
Hidden Tribes: A Study of America’s Polarized Landscape