Are you politically left, right or in-between?
Cronkite News Service (CNS) at ASU covers local, state and national politics. Hearing and learning from Arizonans is an important part of informing that coverage. We’ve recently joined the Public Insight Network, and we’d like to hear from you and other Arizonans about how you vote, why you vote and what issues matter to you.
Voter registration is growing, according to Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett. To be exact, it’s grown by 20,000 new voters this year. The number of Arizonans who label themselves as Independent has grown by 24,000 putting Independents very close to passing Republicans as the largest voting bloc in the state.
More registered voters means more Arizonans are taking part in the political decisions that help our state grow. CNS wants to explore what this trend means. Help them gauge the political temperature by sharing your experience so that we can produce news to better inform Arizonans like you, who are active in the community.
Please answer as many questions below as apply to you. Feel free to not answer any that don’t apply, or that you don’t feel comfortable sharing. Your responses will only be shared with journalists from Cronkite News Service and the Public Insight Network.
What lessons have you learned while traveling overseas?
Have your political views damaged your relationships?
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