Examining patterns of public opinion (Craft I)

One of the core tools we need to use when we try to understand public policy issues is what underlies them — what are people truly concerned about when they are concerned about a specific issue? One way of approaching such issues is to try to really decompose them into component concerns. Let’s take an example: why are we concerned about privacy? If we decompose … Continue reading Examining patterns of public opinion (Craft I)