Voice of the People works to identify the public’s views on public policy by surveying large representative samples of Americans — nationally and in states and congressional districts.  While Congress is often too polarized to solve many of our nation’s pressing issues, VOP has found a remarkable degree of consensus among the American people on a wide range of policy matters.

VOP uses online interactive policymaking simulations that are more informative than traditional polls.  The findings provide policymakers a deeper understanding of the views and values of their constituents as a whole, than what they now receive by listening only to those who write or call their offices.

VOP continues to seek out areas of consensus, and communicate the findings to policymakers and the public.

Studies Sponsored by Voice of the People:
Nuclear Weapons Survey: INF Treaty
A national survey of registered voters
January 2019

Responding to Voters’ Dissatisfaction with Government
A national survey of registered voters
January 2019

Immigration Reform
A national survey of registered voters
August 2018

Sentencing Reform
A national survey of registered voters
August 2018

FY 2019 Federal Budget
A survey of voters nationwide
July 2018

Americans Evaluate Campaign Finance Reform
A national survey of registered voters
May 2018

Offshore Drilling
A national survey of registered voters
May 2018

Solar Panel Tariffs
A national survey of registered voters
April 2018

Ground-Level Ozone: H.R 806:
Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2017

A national survey of registered voters
April 2018

Americans on Net Neutrality (Part 2)
A national survey of registered voters
April 2018

Government Reform: Independents and Third Parties
A national survey of registered voters
April 2018

The Fair Representation Act: Redistricting By Citizens, Rank-Choice Voting, Multi-Member Districts
A national survey of registered voters
April 2018

Immigration Reform Proposals
A survey of registered voters nationally, and in California,
Texas & Florida
March 2018

Alexander-Murray Healthcare Bill
A national survey of registered voters
January 2018

Americans on Net Neutrality (Part 1)
A national survey of registered voters
December 2017

Government Reform:
Lobbying Restrictions and Past Presidents

A national survey of registered voters
December 2017

Government Reform: Allowing
Nonprofits to Endorse Political Candidates

A national survey of registered voters
November 2017

Americans on Tax Reform
A national survey of registered voters
November 2017

Solving the Medicare Shortfall
A survey of registered voters nationwide, and in California,
Florida, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia
October 2017

American Health Care Act
A National Survey of Voters
June 2017

Federal Poverty Programs
A survey of American Voters
May 2017

FY 2018 Federal Budget
A survey of Voters Nationwide
May 2017

Voter Anger with Government and the 2016 Election
A survey of American Voters
November 2016

Fixing Social Security
A Citizen Cabinet survey nationwide, and in California, Florida, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia
October 2016

Clean Power
A Citizen Cabinet Survey nationwide and in California, Florida, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia
September 2016

Rightsizing Defense:
The Perspective of the People

An in-depth survey of the Citizen Cabinet, nationally and in California, Florida, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia
March 2016
Creating a Federal Budget for FY 2017:
What the American People Would Do

A Survey of the Citizen Cabinet, Nationally and in California, Florida, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia
February 2016

How Americans Would Fix the U.S. Postal Service
A Survey of the Citizen Cabinet, Nationally and in Maryland,
Oklahoma and Virginia
November 2015

Assessing the Iran Deal
A Survey of the National Citizen Cabinet
September 2015

Fixing Social Security: Recommendations of the Citizen Cabinet
Nationally and in the States of Maryland, Oklahoma and Virginia
July 2015
Negotiations with Iran: Views from a Red State, a Blue State and a Swing State
A Survey of the Citizen Cabinets in Oklahoma, Maryland and Virginia
July 2015
A Not So Divided America
Is the public as polarized as Congress, or are red and blue districts pretty much the same?
July 2014

Is Social Security Really a Third Rail? 
A survey of American Voters
February 2014