Half of Politics Is the Refusal to Be Imposed Upon
One of the most interesting aspects of political psychology concerns the gap between the reasons for which people believe they hold their political opinions and the real causes of their holding those opinions.
When Two Parties Are Not Enough
It is deeply frustrating for many Democrats that Dianne Feinstein and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are members of the same political party. Most Republicans are equally unhappy that they are forced to count both Mitt Romney and Donald Trump, Jr. within their ranks.
The Great Migration: America's Growing Exodus Away from Political Parties
The mainstream political narrative would have people believe that Americans are more deeply entrenching themselves behind the Republican or Democratic Party as the divide between the dominant political parties continues to widen.Yet, a closer look at registration trends shows...
Despite Reform Gains, Partisan Interests Still Largely Control Redistricting Process
Next year's redistricting landscape is, at best, a mixed bag for good-governance advocates. Although the mapmaking process has become fairer and less politicized in a handful of states over the past decade, partisan gerrymandering will still have a profound impact...