Since Trump’s Election, Increased Attention to Politics – Especially Among Women

Most find it stressful to talk politics with those who differ on Trump

Democrats are about three times as likely as Republicans to say they have attended a political event (22% vs. 7%). Among Democrats, there are gender, age, race and education differences in the shares saying they have participated in a political event, rally or protest.

The survey also finds that, despite the nation’s deep political divisions, majorities of both Republicans (56%) and Democrats (59%) say that even though people in the opposing party feel differently about politics, they share “many of my other values and goals.”

http://www.people-press.org/2017/07/20/since-trumps-election-increased-attention-to-politics-especially-among-women/

http://archive.is/zdR3J

New House Bill Would Kill Gerrymandering and Could Move America Away From Two-Party Dominance

Federal bill for ranked-choice voting.

https://theintercept.com/2017/07/05/new-house-bill-would-kill-gerrymandering-and-could-move-america-away-from-two-party-dominance/

http://archive.is/vizqu