The 2020 U.S. election took place amid colliding crises: a global pandemic, an economic recession bringing record unemployment, a generational reckoning on racial justice, and an ongoing test of trust in the media — all in an environment of historically high partisanship that further divides the country.

Now, as we face the aftermath of an election unlike any other, our leading experts at the intersection of business, government, media, and consumers are examining how changing levels of societal trust in each of these sectors will play into the First 100 Days in a new Washington — and how corporations must incorporate these dynamics into their planning for the future.

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