American democracy is on life support. And the increasingly alternate realities occupied by some citizens is the central malady suffered by the body politic.
With the 2020 election behind us, the lingering question is how much damage has been done to the basic tenets of democracy in America?
We’re reaching a point where we start to wonder if it’s possible for Americans to see beyond party affiliation and its tribal cues on any topic.
Do Republicans and Democrats agree on anything these days?
2020 is coming to an end, and the world is both hopeful and chaotic, especially after promising news about coronavirus vaccines.
As people embrace living with less to do more, brands have an opportunity to forge deeper connections by supporting the experiences consumers crave.
Most people agree climate change is the result of human activity, and that they need to reduce waste and pollution.
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, people traded their concerns about packaging waste for hygiene and safety.
Sustainability is vital for the long-term health of businesses. Consumers expect brands to play a role in moving society toward a more sustainable future.
This election season will bring an estimated $4.4 billion in spending on 8 million ad airings on traditional broadcast media alone over the current election cycle.