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Will Election Night Predict Changes in the 114th Congress?

Kimberly Dean / Blog November 4, 2014

From New Hampshire to Kansas to Colorado, close races will determine the prospects of bipartisan action in the Senate.

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BPC/USA TODAY National Survey on Congress

Governance / Research March 25, 2014

Could there be an improvement in the way Americans view Congress? Our poll says yes if the institution itself is willing to make some changes into the way it currently operates.

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Optimism for Congressional Reform

Matthew Weil / Blog March 25, 2014

Could there be an improvement in the way Americans view Congress? Our poll says yes if the institution itself is willing to make some changes into the way it currently operates.

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Immigration Reform in an Election Year? History and Polls Say Yes

Matt Graham / Blog March 11, 2014

Paul Stern contributed to this post. Much has been said about the feasibility of passing major pieces of legislation through a partisan Congress, especially with 2014 being an election year. With both parties trying to maintain their majority on one…

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BPC/USA TODAY National Survey on the Electoral Process

Governance / Research October 16, 2013

The poll reflected an expected divide between self-identified Republicans and Democrats with the former prioritizing the integrity of the voting process and the latter focused on minimizing barriers to accessing the polls.

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BPC/USA TODAY National Survey on Public Service

Governance / Research July 22, 2013

The poll reveals that Americans are more interested in community service, such as volunteering at a place of worship or school, than running for or serving in government office.

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BPC/USA TODAY National Survey on Political Polarization

Governance / Research March 6, 2013

The poll reveals a deeply polarized America where voters take their cues from the political parties with which they identify.

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