Partisanship frustrates our nation’s ability to get things done. For either side and those in the middle.

Divisive partisanship is a serious problem.

For decades it has prohibited progress on issues important to all of us: middle class opportunity, border security, climate change, gun violence, foreign adversaries, coordinated pandemic response, healthcare ….

And now the partisan frustration is driving violence.

But polarization can be overcome.

Our nation has done so before (most recently post-Vietnam) and can do so again, as long as we:
(a) recognize the problem and
(b) take deliberate action before the situation devolves to violence.

Indeed, e.pluribus.US has identified promising solutions to partisanship.

Our focus is scalable methods of evolving attitudes across mass populations.

We’re underway testing the first.

We have the data to demonstrate already we’re opening minds of ideological opponents. In 2022 we’ll launch two more promising initiatives to reduce polarization.

e.pluribus.US advocates a nation that is as proud of its skill at finding collaborative solutions as it is of its awesome tradition of competing.

That’s what we’re here to do.

What you can do…

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Divisive partisanship is preventing us from accomplishing “jack.”

Americans’ propensity to quickly leap to negative prejudgements of ideological opponents poisons our ability to interact with the teammates we need to advance our personal and national goals.

We’re going to fix that.

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