Creeping Authoritarianism: Six Months After Jan. 6
The Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol gave America a striking wake-up call to an alarming uptick in undemocratic behavior on the right side of the country’s political aisle. This sweeping new global survey project from Morning Consult seeks to provide broader context on U.S. conservatives’ embrace of right-wing authoritarianism and how those tendencies compare with their right-of-center peers in other Western democracies. To see how we conducted our study and for more methodological information, click here.
U.S. Conservatives Are Uniquely Inclined Toward Right-Wing Authoritarianism Compared to Western Peers
Global Morning Consult data reveals a distinctive authoritarian bent in the American right
Not Every QAnon Believer’s an Antisemite. But There’s a Lot of Overlap Between Its Adherents and Belief in a Century-Old Antisemitic Hoax
Nearly 4 in 5 Americans who agree with the Protocols of the Elders of Zion also believe in QAnon
Republican Voters Largely Want to Move On From Jan. 6. The Rest of the Country Doesn’t
Almost six months later, partisan gaps on culpability, motivation and severity of Capitol attack have widened