It launches tomorrow.
Using its unrivaled footprint of journalists in all 50 states, the AP’s “America Disrupted” will survey the American electorate during a period of extraordinary upheaval, exploring how the tumult has changed how Americans’ lives and how they vote.
The series takes the pulse of a nation confronting a series of crises, looking at whether issues including the coronavirus, health care, the economy and shifting demographics are changing communities and voters’ minds.
“America Disrupted” uses data gathered through AP VoteCast, the new standard survey of the American electorate, AP-NORC polling and other sources to tell the story of demographic and public opinion trends in the U.S.
The first story, which digs into the stirrings of change in Saginaw, Michigan, will be available to AP member news organizations and customers on Tuesday, July 7. Subsequent installments are planned through November. The stories will include photo and video elements.
All of the stories comprising “America Disrupted” will be available online.