Maine’s Legislature Is Blocking Ranked-Choice Voting. But Voters Have One Chance To Save It.


Partisan Shifts in Views of the Nation, but Overall Opinions Remain Negative

Just 26% say ‘their side’ wins more often than it loses in politics

Among members of both parties, more say prospects for the next generation will be worse than better. Among Republicans, 46% say the future for the next generation will be worse, while 30% say it will be better..Democrats, who were divided on the next generation’s prospects a year ago, have become more negative: 50% say the next generation’s future will be worse (up from 35% last year), while 27% say it will better (down from 35%).

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

Federal bill for ranked-choice voting.