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A new report offers insights into tribalism in the age of Trump

A new report offers insights into tribalism in the age of Trump

12 Oktober 2018

George Packer’s column in the New Yorker

We’re used to seeing race, gender, region, religion, and other categories line up with political preferences in numbingly predictable ways. We rarely know the underlying world views that inform these opinions. Packer concludes that the tribes outlined in the report are different from the rigid and unchanging partisan monoliths of our national political debate.

Zur Studie: Hidden Tribes: A Study of America’s Polarized Landscape

Forget Republicans v Democrats: meet America’s new tribes

Forget Republicans v Democrats: meet America’s new tribes

10 Oktober 2018

The Financial Times

Hidden Tribes provides a “wider – more cheering – perspective on US politics.” Listening to the silence of the Exhausted Majority could help to re-balance the current political situation.
Hidden Tribes: A Study of America’s Polarized Landscape

Between Fear and Confidence

Between Fear and Confidence

14 September 2018

Stuttgarter Zeitung [German]

In der deutschen Einwanderungsdebatte geht es um mehr als nur Migration.
Zur Studie: Attitudes Towards National Identity, Immigration, and Refugees in Germany

The Myth of the Divided Society

The Myth of the Divided Society

29 August 2018

Zeit Online [German]

Written by our own Director of More in Common Germany. Attitudes towards the immigration and refugee question are much more complex than many think – it is worth speaking to those whose opinions may differ from yours.
Attitudes Towards National Identity, Immigration, and Refugees in Germany

Italy’s Voters Aren’t Anti-Immigration—But Their Government Is

Italy’s Voters Aren’t Anti-Immigration—But Their Government Is

30 Juli 2018

The Atlantic

More in Common’s study complicates the narrative that the Italian government was brought to power because of its strong campaign against immigrants and immigration, revealing a more nuanced Italian electorate. 
Attitudes towards National Identity, Immigration and Refugees in Italy