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America in One Room—Election Follow-Up
The participants in the Deliberative Poll in Dallas and the control group were surveyed in a recent follow-up conducted by NORC. 463 of the original deliberators and 710 of the original control group responded. They were asked about how much they followed the campaign, what they thought of the government’s handling of the Covid crisis and who they planned to vote for. Results for both the deliberators and the control group are presented here.
America in One Room
- Voices of America in One Room
- Eric Frydenlund: Everyone has a story if we’re willing to listen Wisconsin State Journal 4/2021
- Join our deliberations
We have ongoing deliberative events at high schools and colleges around the world. If you, your class, or your school would like to take part in deliberations with us, please reach out to us using the interest forms below. If you would like to learn more about our deliberations in schools, please visit this webpage.
America in One Room is the historic gathering of American voters from across ages, races, genders, and the political spectrum- led by Stanford’s Center for Deliberative Democracy. Today, Stanford student and CDD assistant Aditi Narayanan interviews Taren Lynn, a participant in this – as they discuss the feeling of meeting with people from across the country and how disagreements and tensions can be resolved peacefully. This interview was edited by another Stanford freshman, Cameron Lange.
Courses on Deliberative Democracy
- Does Deliberation Increase Public-Spiritedness? Social Science Quarterly
Rui Wang, James S. Fishkin & Robert C. Luskin
- Symposium: James S. Fishkin, Democracy When the People Are Thinking The Good Society
Kimmo Grönlund, Jane Mansbridge, Cristina Lafont, Simone Chambers, Yves Sintomer, Mark E. Warren, Lawrence Lessig, Sanford Levinson & James Fishkin