How Gov't Reform Efforts can Align with Public Frustration with Voice of the People

How Government Reform Efforts Can Align with the Public's Frustration with Government

The Bridge Alliance Education Fund is proud to host its May Peer Learning Session with Steven Kull of Voice of the People. On May 23rd @ 2 PM EDT, Steven will present in-depth research on the nature of public dissatisfaction with the federal government and how this translates into varying levels of support for various government reform efforts, including those promoted by members of the Bridge Alliance.

He will also describe how Voice of the People empowers the public by putting people in the shoes of policymakers, recording their preferences, and sharing those preferences with elected representatives. He will then reveal the results from doing this work with large, representative panels in eight states, which show remarkable bipartisan common ground on key issues that are baffling lawmakers.

This learning session is for you if you want to learn more about how the public views our government and various proposals for government reform. It's also for you if you want to learn about breaking down complex policy choices for consumption by a wide audience.

The Zoom link for this session is below. However, we ask members to please RSVP so that we can get an accurate count of the audience beforehand.

Also, please note that our past peer sessions consultant learning sessions are all available on the Bridge Alliance's Members Benefits Page. That page also provides access to several other BA benefits, as well as a link to RSVP for future Learning Sessions.

Thank you for all your work and we hope to see you on the 23rd!


Link for May 23rd:


May 23, 2019 at 2:00pm - 3pm


Zoom Video Conference


Jeremy Garson ·

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