USC experts unpack the nuanced realities driving the United States’ immigration debate.
Americans are united on core principles like the importance of public education and parental involvement, but diverge on the details, a new USC study suggests.
The survey by USC, CSULB and Cal Poly Pomona shows many likely voters remain undecided, and that Garvey’s history with the Dodgers isn’t boosting his chances.
USC experts explain why polarization erodes civility in public discourse, turning private citizens and elected officials into targets.
Political experts explore why nearly half of Americans now choose not to identify with a political party.
Voters on Nov. 7 turned away from candidates with extreme views in key races, signaling a potential shift in priorities as 2024 looms.
Amid a series of scandals, USC experts look at what’s behind them — and what can be done to prevent corruption.
The candidates’ ages are a concern for many ahead of the 2024 elections, but significant life experience has its advantages, USC experts say.
USC Price School Provost Professor Jeffery A. Jenkins puts the speakership battle in historical context.
With the former president (and presidential candidate) now facing his third indictment, the U.S. has entered “unprecedented territory,” USC political experts say.