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We spoke with voters in five of the battleground states - Arizona, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin - to report how 1,200 persuadable and Democratic base voters in battleground states view the 2020 election.
As always when trying to understand presidential politics, the headlines written in DC and New York will ultimately be less impactful than the perspective of working-class voters in swing states. It’s the vibes of these voters that will decide the election.
Through a set of 83 randomized control trials measuring our vote gain efforts for dozens of candidates, Working America documented the magnitude of the disparate impacts of paid political advertisements between these BIPOC and female candidates and their white male counterparts.
We Added 407,014 Voters for Democrats in 2023. How Many Can We Add in 2024? Analysis of our 2022 voter contact program is providing some critical lessons that will ensure Working America can have a meaningful impact in 2024, thanks to your support.
Few states hold the place in our hearts that Ohio does. The state, home to what many folks think is one of the most unexpected toss-up Senate races in the country, is where Working America got its start and built many of the organizing and analytics tools that shape our work today.