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A new Public Affairs Council/Morning Consult poll finds that with just weeks to go before Election Day, most Americans have doubts about the fairness of the voting process.
No one knows for certain what will happen on Election Day, but Nathan Gonzales explains why our collective shock from 2016 shouldn’t drive us away from the data this time.
In a year marked by COVID-19 and questions of election integrity, the public is putting more trust in business and less in government. Read on for insights from the 2020 Public Affairs Pulse Survey and how companies can take a bigger role on the biggest issues.
As the boundaries between corporations and nonprofits blur, Walter Powell of Stanford University provides a fresh understanding of charitable organizations.
With just weeks to go before Election Day, most Americans have doubts about the fairness of the voting process.
We explored public attitudes and expectations for major companies and elected officials.
This is a time for open conversations about race, diversity and equity. It’s also a time to move beyond lip service to real action. Companies share the meaningful investments and actions they are taking.
Like major crises before it, COVID-19 will have lasting effects on society. Council President Doug Pinkham breaks down both the trade-offs and the opportunities before the public affairs profession as a result of the pandemic.
Candidates need to win bigly this fall to avoid skepticism of the voting process. Nathan Gonzales explains why a peaceful transition of power may be at risk this year.
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