Some Good News

Despite widespread concern about the state of our democracy, most Americans still feel they can influence problem solving locally and to a lesser extent nationally when people work together.  In a recent study of Americans’ views on making democracy work for everyone, Public Agenda found that a strong majority of Americans (74 percent) believe that “when enough people get involved,” they have a lot of influence over how their communities address problems.



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