Publications

Mar. 18, 2013
Letters and Testimony

The emergence of hydraulic fracturing has fundamentally altered the supply outlook for oil and natural gas. For gas, current assessments suggest that domestic gas resources are now thought to be sufficient to support more than 100 years of demand at present levels of consumption. For oil, the U.S. production is projected to exceed that of Saudi Arabia within the next decade (roughly by 2020).

Mar. 6, 2013
Research

In partnership with USA TODAY, the Bipartisan Policy Center examined public attitudes about partisanship in American politics and released a brand new national poll by Whit Ayres and Mark Mellman on partisanship in America.

Feb. 27, 2013
Report

As the United States struggles to emerge from a historic recession, energy has emerged as both a bright spot and a source of ongoing challenges for the nation’s long-term prosperity and security.

Feb. 25, 2013
Research

Analysis by Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc. uses two research methods and a pool of nearly 5,000 conforming loans originated in 2012 to provide a range of estimates of the possible costs of the commission’s recommendations.

Feb. 25, 2013
Research

Analysis prepared by Abt Associates estimates both the cost of a voucher-type program and emergency rental assistance for currently unassisted households.

Feb. 25, 2013
Report

In many respects, our housing system is outdated and not equipped to keep pace with today’s demands and the challenges of the imminent future. The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) launched the Housing Commission in October 2011 to develop a new vision for federal housing policy that provides a path forward during this period of great change.

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