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      Last month we started developing Project INFLUENCE. This discussion forum is to provide updates on progress and what we are learning as part of this effort and solicit thoughts about that from the community.

      The main objective of project INFLUENCE is to assess whether it is possible to efficiently — through social media messaging — influence attitudes toward collaborating with opponents.

      In order to assess whether we can influence attitudes we of course need to be able to measure said attitudes. So the first step is to develop a method of doing so. Leveraging our methodological learnings from Project LISTEN, we’re testing various survey approaches, using multiple social media platforms and an array of geos representing populations across the political spectrum.

      Updates to come, as we learn.

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