Daniel Cox

director of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research Survey Center on American Life

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Director of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research Survey Center on American Life.

Daniel Cox on KCRW

Based on an online poll of about 2000 Amercians conducted by the American Enterprise Institute, nearly 100% of Democrats surveyed say Biden is the legitimate winner of the 2020…

4 in 10 Republicans support the use of violence if leaders can’t ‘protect America,’ says survey

Based on an online poll of about 2000 Amercians conducted by the American Enterprise Institute, nearly 100% of Democrats surveyed say Biden is the legitimate winner of the 2020…

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