21st Century America Project

For years the team at NDN/NPI has been a leader in helping policymakers better understand the changing demographics of the United States. We are excited to announce that we are bringing our demographic and public opinion research together under a single banner: The 21st Century America Project. The project will feature work by Morley Winograd and Mike Hais, NDN/NPI Fellows, authors of the critically acclaimed book Millenial Makeover; Alicia Menendez, our new Senior Advisor, who has extensive experience working in these emergent communities; and other NDN/NPI Fellows and collaborators.

Below, please find some of the highlights of our past work on 21st Century America:

2010 Highlights

A Continued Look at the Changing Coalitions of 21st Century America, Poll and Presentation, by Mike Hais and Morley Winograd

Hispanics Rising 2010

The American Electorate of the 21st Century, Poll and Presentation, by Mike Hais and Morley Winograd

Millennial Makeover, a blog by Mike Hais and Morley Winograd

Data Matters Columns, a blog by Mike Hais

2009 Highlights

The Drop Dobbs Campaign

The Anti Vitter-Bennett Amendment Campaign

The New Constituents: How Latinos Will Shape Congressional Apportionment After the 2010 Census, by Andres Ramirez

NDN Backgrounder: Census 2010, Immigration Status and Reapportionment, by Andres Ramirez

Latino Vote in 2008, by Andres Ramirez

2008 Highlights

End of the Southern Strategy, by Simon Rosenberg

Hispanics Rising II

2007 Highlights

The 50 Year Strategy, by Simon Rosenberg and Peter Leyden in Mother Jones

Recent Work

Friday, October 28, 2011

Mike Hais and Morley Winograd weigh in on the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Friday, September 30, 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011

On Monday, September 26th, Mike Hais and Morley Winograd discussed their new book, Millennial Momentum, on the PBS NewsHour.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

While new enterprises clamor for Latino readership online, there's something interesting happening off-line: Spanish-language outlets are tending to do better overall than their mainstream English-language peers.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

A new poll which finds Obama's approval numbers dipping among Latinos. Here, Latino Decisions pollster Matt Barreto weighs in.