Strengthening Democracy - Charts and Graphs

Strengthening Democracy - Charts and Graphs
Few Americans think our democracy is in good shape
Across political affiliations, few Americans think our democracy is doing well.
Few Americans think our country's democracy will get better in the next few years
Americans across partisan lines share some priorities for strengthening our democracy
Most Americans agree that more people need to get involved in elections and public affairs, but differ modestly by political affiliation in the strength of their agreement.
Most Americans agree that our political leaders need to be more willing to compromise, but differ modestly by political affiliation in the strength of their agreement
Most Americans agree that we need to reduce the influence of money on our government, but differ modestly by political affiliation in the strength of their agreement
Most Americans agree that we need more honest information from reliable sources, but differ by political affiliation in the strength of their agreement.
Most Americans agree that we need to protect the integrity of our election system, but differ by political affiliation in the strength of their agreement.
Most Americans agree that we need to rely more on local groups and involved citizens, but differ by political affiliation in the strength of their agreement.
Most Americans think it is their responsibility to help find solutions
Most Americans think people have a lot of influence in their communities when enough get involved.
Half of Americans think people have a lot of influence nationally when enough get involved
Most Americans say they are connected to their community

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