Pew Research Center’s U.S. politics and policy team produces public opinion research on Americans’ attitudes about national politics and major policy issues, including timely and topical polling on the issues of the day. We also study long-term trends and changes in the U.S. electorate by examining key demographics and measuring attitudes on political values and policy priorities.

Some of our landmark reports have examined political polarization, party identification, trust in government, partisan antipathy and the state of political discourse. Other significant topics of research include voter attitudes and election security, views of the U.S. economy and government agencies, political engagement, and the state of American democracy.

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