Political Innovation Podcast Series

Public opinion polls have become so ingrained in American politics that we give little thought to whether such polls are actually beneficial to our democracy.  More compelling, we think, is the increasing willingness  of public opinion pollsters to use their technologies  to tell us about our collective attitudes on a wide range of ethical issues: from whether we "favor" stem cell research to our willingness to "agree"  with some forms of torture.

Visionary graphic artist and former consultant for Design For Democracy, an AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) project to reshape the way we vote. A fascinating discussion of how design affects our daily lives, and how we might redesign our world.

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