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Large bipartisan majorities of voters favor Members of Congress using new tools for consulting representative samples of their constituents on policy decisions, and to take the recommendations of their constituents – as a whole – into account when voting. More than four-in-ten are even ready to cross party lines to vote for candidates who make this commitment–even when an incumbent of their own party is named.

  • Bipartisan Majorities in Maryland’s 8th District Favor Continuing Aid for Ukraine

    The question of whether to continue aid for Ukraine was the focus of an innovative town hall with Congressman Jamie Raskin on Sunday, June 10, 2024. The discussion was prompted by a new public consultation survey of a representative sample of Maryland’s 8th Congressional District, which found that majorities of both Democrats and Republicans support the US…


  • Nine Major Proposals for Government Regulating Artificial Intelligence Favored by Very Large Bipartisan Majorities of Voters

    As the House’s new Task Force on Artificial Intelligence considers how government should address AI issues, such as deepfakes in the election and bias in algorithms, a new survey finds very large bipartisan majorities favor giving the federal government broad powers to regulate Artificial Intelligence (AI). They endorse seven proposals currently under consideration in Congress…


  • Over 200 Policy Positions Supported by Bipartisan Majorities

    As Congress returns following one of its most unproductive years–with only twenty-seven bills signed into law in 2023–Voice of the People has identified more than 200 policy positions supported by majorities of both Republican & Democratic voters. Most are legislative proposals that have been introduced, but not moved in Congress. Using public consultations that survey large representative samples of…