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Public trust in government remains low. Only about one-quarter of Americans say they can trust the government in Washington to do what is right “just about always” (2%) or “most of the time” (22%).

Public trust in government near historic lows

Date.Individual pollsMoving average
4/11/2021PEW2424
8/2/2020PEW2024
4/12/2020PEW2721
3/25/2019PEW1717
12/04/2017PEW1818
4/11/2017PEW2019
10/04/2015PEW1918
7/20/2014CNN1419
2/26/2014PEW2418
11/15/2013CBS/NYT1720
10/13/2013PEW1919
5/31/2013CBS/NYT2020
2/06/2013CBS/NYT2022
1/13/2013PEW2623
10/31/2012NES2219
10/19/2011CBS/NYT1017
10/04/2011PEW2015
9/23/2011CNN1518
8/21/2011PEW1921
2/28/2011PEW2923
10/21/2010CBS/NYT2223
10/01/2010CBS/NYT1821
9/06/2010PEW2423
9/01/2010CNN2523
4/05/2010CBS/NYT2023
4/05/2010PEW2522
3/21/2010PEW2224
2/12/2010CNN2622
2/05/2010CBS/NYT1921
1/10/2010GALLUP1920
12/20/2009CNN2021
8/31/2009CBS/NYT2422
6/12/2009CBS/NYT2023
12/21/2008CNN2625
10/15/2008NES3124
10/13/2008CBS/NYT1724
7/09/2007CBS/NYT2424
1/09/2007PEW3128
10/08/2006CBS/NYT2929
9/15/2006CBS/NYT2830
2/05/2006PEW3431
1/20/2006CBS/NYT3233
1/06/2006GALLUP3232
12/02/2005CBS/NYT3232
9/11/2005PEW3131
9/09/2005CBS/NYT2930
6/19/2005GALLUP3035
10/15/2004NES4639
7/15/2004CBS/NYT4041
3/21/2004PEW3638
10/26/2003GALLUP3736
7/27/2003CBS/NYT3643
10/15/2002NES5546
9/04/2002GALLUP4646
9/02/2002CBS/NYT3840
7/13/2002CBS/NYT3840
6/17/2002GALLUP4443
1/24/2002CBS/NYT4646
12/07/2001CBS/NYT4849
10/25/2001CBS/NYT5554
10/06/2001GALLUP6049
1/17/2001CBS/NYT3144
10/31/2000CBS/NYT4038
10/15/2000NES4442
7/09/2000GALLUP4239
4/02/2000ABC/POST3138
2/14/2000PEW4034
10/03/1999CBS/NYT3036
9/14/1999CBS/NYT3833
5/16/1999PEW3133
2/21/1999PEW3131
2/12/1999ABC/POST3232
2/04/1999GALLUP3334
1/10/1999CBS/NYT3734
1/03/1999CBS/NYT3337
12/01/1998NES4033
11/15/1998PEW2630
11/01/1998CBS/NYT2426
10/26/1998CBS/NYT2628
8/10/1998ABC/POST3431
2/22/1998PEW3435
2/01/1998GALLUP3933
1/25/1998CBS/NYT2632
1/19/1998ABC/POST3132
10/31/1997PEW3931
8/27/1997ABC/POST2231
6/01/1997GALLUP3226
1/14/1997CBS/NYT2327
11/02/1996CBS/NYT2527
10/15/1996NES3328
5/12/1996GALLUP2731
5/06/1996ABC/POST3429
11/19/1995ABC/POST2527
8/07/1995GALLUP2222
8/05/1995CBS/NYT2021
3/19/1995ABC/POST2220
2/22/1995CBS/NYT1821
12/01/1994NES2221
10/29/1994CBS/NYT2222
10/23/1994ABC/POST2220
6/06/1994GALLUP1719
1/30/1994GALLUP1920
1/20/1994ABC/POST2422
3/24/1993GALLUP2225
1/17/1993ABC/POST2825
1/14/1993CBS/NYT2425
10/23/1992CBS/NYT2225
10/15/1992NES2925
6/08/1992GALLUP2329
10/20/1991ABC/POST3535
3/06/1991CBS/NYT4742
3/01/1991ABC/POST4546
1/27/1991ABC/POST4640
12/01/1990NES2833
10/28/1990CBS/NYT2532
9/06/1990ABC/POST4235
1/16/1990ABC/POST3838
6/29/1989CBS/NYT3539
1/15/1989CBS/NYT4441
11/10/1988CBS/NYT4443
10/15/1988NES4141
1/23/1988ABC/POST3940
10/18/1987CBS/NYT4143
6/01/1987ABC/POST4743
3/01/1987CBS/NYT4244
1/21/1987CBS/NYT4343
1/19/1987ABC/POST4442
12/01/1986NES3944
11/30/1986CBS/NYT4943
9/09/1986ABC/POST4044
1/19/1986CBS/NYT4244
11/06/1985CBS/NYT4943
7/29/1985ABC/POST3842
3/21/1985ABC/POST3740
2/27/1985CBS/NYT4642
2/22/1985ABC/POST4345
11/14/1984CBS/NYT4644
10/15/1984NES4441
12/01/1982NES3339
11/07/1980CBS/NYT3932
10/15/1980NES2530
3/12/1980CBS/NYT2627
11/03/1979CBS/NYT3028
12/01/1978NES2931
10/23/1977CBS/NYT3332
4/25/1977CBS/NYT3534
10/15/1976NES3336
9/05/1976CBS/NYT4035
6/15/1976CBS/NYT3335
3/01/1976GALLUP3334
2/08/1976CBS/NYT3635
12/01/1974NES3636
10/15/1972NES5353
12/01/1970NES5454
10/15/1968NES6262
12/01/1966NES6565
10/15/1964NES7777
12/01/1958NES7373

Pew Research Center

When the National Election Study began asking about trust in government in 1958, about three-quarters of Americans trusted the federal government to do the right thing almost always or most of the time. Trust in government began eroding during the 1960s, amid the escalation of the Vietnam War, and the decline continued in the 1970s with the Watergate scandal and worsening economic struggles. Confidence in government recovered in the mid-1980s before falling again in the mid-1990s. But as the economy grew in the late 1990s so too did confidence in government. Public trust reached a three-decade high shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, but declined quickly thereafter. Since 2007, the share saying they can trust the government always or most of the time has not surpassed 30%.

Currently, 36% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents say they can trust government, compared with 9% of Republicans and Republican-leaners. Throughout Trump’s tenure, more Republicans than Democrats reported trusting the government, though that has flipped since Biden’s election. Since the 1970s, trust in government has been consistently higher among members of the party that controls the White House than among the opposition party. Republicans have often been more reactive than Democrats to changes in political leadership, with Republicans expressing much lower levels of trust during Democratic presidencies, while Democrats’ attitudes have tended to be somewhat more consistent, regardless of which party controls the White House. However, the GOP and Democratic shift in attitudes between the end of the Trump presidency and the early Biden presidency is roughly the same magnitude.

Trust in govt higher among members of party that controls presidency

Date.Democrat/Lean DemRepublican/Lean Rep
4/11/2021PEW369
8/2/20PEW1228
4/12/20PEW1836
3/25/2019PEW1421
12/04/2017PEW1522
4/11/2017PEW1528
10/04/2015PEW2611
7/20/2014CNN1711
2/26/2014PEW3216
11/15/2013CBS/NYT318
10/13/2013PEW2710
5/31/2013CBS/NYT308
2/06/2013CBS/NYT348
1/13/2013PEW3715
10/31/2012NES2916
10/19/2011CBS/NYT138
10/04/2011PEW2712
9/23/2011CNN2011
8/21/2011PEW2513
3/01/2011PEW3424
10/21/2010CBS/NYT367
10/01/2010CBS/NYT2713
9/06/2010PEW3513
9/01/2010CNN3118
4/05/2010CBS/NYT2714
3/21/2010PEW3213
2/12/2010CNN3418
2/05/2010CBS/NYT319
1/10/2010GALLUP2316
12/20/2009CNN2516
8/31/2009CBS/NYT3412
6/12/2009CBS/NYT3510
12/21/2008CNN3022
10/15/2008NES3431
10/13/2008CBS/NYT1219
7/09/2007CBS/NYT1831
1/09/2007PEW2243
10/08/2006CBS/NYT2050
9/15/2006CBS/NYT2044
2/05/2006PEW2053
1/20/2006CBS/NYT2351
1/06/2006GALLUP2044
12/02/2005CBS/NYT1952
9/11/2005PEW1949
9/09/2005CBS/NYT2142
6/19/2005GALLUP2436
10/15/2004NES3561
3/21/2004PEW2455
10/26/2003GALLUP3542
7/27/2003CBS/NYT2551
10/15/2002NES5263
9/04/2002GALLUP3855
9/02/2002CBS/NYT3252
7/13/2002CBS/NYT3445
6/17/2002GALLUP3355
1/24/2002CBS/NYT3956
12/07/2001CBS/NYT3960
10/25/2001CBS/NYT4770
10/06/2001GALLUP5268
1/17/2001CBS/NYT2638
10/15/2000NES4843
7/09/2000GALLUP4241
4/02/2000ABC/POST3824
2/14/2000PEW4637
10/03/1999CBS/NYT3127
9/14/1999CBS/NYT4235
5/16/1999PEW3630
2/21/1999PEW3525
2/12/1999ABC/POST4121
2/04/1999GALLUP3829
1/10/1999CBS/NYT4233
1/03/1999CBS/NYT3729
12/01/1998NES4535
11/19/1998PEW3123
11/01/1998CBS/NYT2822
10/26/1998CBS/NYT2825
8/10/1998ABC/POST4030
2/22/1998PEW4228
2/01/1998GALLUP5226
1/25/1998CBS/NYT3122
10/31/1997PEW4632
6/01/1997GALLUP3925
1/14/1997CBS/NYT2920
11/02/1996CBS/NYT3120
10/15/1996NES4027
5/12/1996GALLUP3220
5/06/1996ABC/POST4135
11/19/1995ABC/POST2726
8/07/1995GALLUP2421
8/05/1995CBS/NYT2020
3/19/1995ABC/POST2720
2/22/1995CBS/NYT1819
12/01/1994NES2618
10/29/1994CBS/NYT2619
10/23/1994ABC/POST2716
6/06/1994GALLUP2311
1/30/1994GALLUP2514
1/20/1994ABC/POST3018
3/24/1993GALLUP3211
1/17/1993ABC/POST3225
1/14/1993CBS/NYT2621
10/23/1992CBS/NYT1731
10/15/1992NES3134
6/08/1992GALLUP1731
10/20/1991ABC/POST3141
3/06/1991CBS/NYT4056
3/01/1991ABC/POST4152
12/01/1990NES2632
10/28/1990CBS/NYT2131
9/06/1990ABC/POST3748
1/16/1990ABC/POST3246
6/29/1989CBS/NYT2745
1/15/1989CBS/NYT3754
11/10/1988CBS/NYT3658
10/15/1988NES3551
1/23/1988ABC/POST3151
10/18/1987CBS/NYT3647
6/01/1987ABC/POST3859
3/01/1987CBS/NYT3454
1/21/1987CBS/NYT3651
1/19/1987ABC/POST3951
12/01/1986NES3153
11/30/1986CBS/NYT3763
9/09/1986ABC/POST3051
1/19/1986CBS/NYT3651
11/06/1985CBS/NYT4259
7/29/1985ABC/POST3048
3/21/1985ABC/POST2949
2/22/1985ABC/POST3062
11/14/1984CBS/NYT3659
10/15/1984NES4150
12/01/1982NES3241
11/07/1980CBS/NYT4042
10/15/1980NES3123
3/12/1980CBS/NYT3022
11/03/1979CBS/NYT3228
12/01/1978NES3326
10/23/1977CBS/NYT4025
4/25/1977CBS/NYT3734
10/15/1976NES3042
9/05/1976CBS/NYT3845
6/15/1976CBS/NYT3636
3/01/1976GALLUP3140
12/01/1974NES3638
10/15/1972NES4862
12/01/1970NES5261
10/15/1968NES6660
12/01/1966NES7154
10/15/1964NES8073
12/01/1958NES7179

Pew Research Center


Trust in government by party and ideology

Date.Liberal Dem/Lean DemCons-Moderate Dem/Lean DemModerate-Lib Rep/Lean RepConservative Rep/Lean Rep
4/11/2021PEW3140165
8/2/20PEW8163127
4/12/20PEW12223737
3/25/2019PEW13152120
12/04/2017PEW15162620
4/11/2017PEW15163226
10/04/2015PEW2825149
7/20/2014CNN1916157
2/26/2014PEW31332113
11/15/2013CBS/NYT3825135
10/13/2013PEW2527167
5/31/2013CBS/NYT3030164
2/06/2013CBS/NYT353497
1/13/2013PEW34371714
10/31/2012NES26321815
10/19/2011CBS/NYT913117
10/04/2011PEW3025149
9/23/2011CNN30161111
8/21/2011PEW26241810
3/01/2011PEW36333218
10/21/2010CBS/NYT3735124
10/01/2010CBS/NYT34221016
9/06/2010PEW39311910
9/01/2010CNN36302811
4/05/2010CBS/NYT3721237
3/21/2010PEW36311911
2/12/2010CNN3634259
2/05/2010CBS/NYT3132137
1/10/2010GALLUP29222012
12/20/2009CNN31231813
8/31/2009CBS/NYT38301410
6/12/2009CBS/NYT4234138
12/21/2008CNN36282817
10/15/2008NES37344828
10/13/2008CBS/NYT16122612
7/09/2007CBS/NYT14213828
1/09/2007PEW15254145
10/08/2006CBS/NYT14225051
9/15/2006CBS/NYT11234444
2/05/2006PEW13235254
1/20/2006CBS/NYT27215250
1/06/2006GALLUP10263356
12/02/2005CBS/NYT16216047
9/11/2005PEW13223954
9/09/2005CBS/NYT12264641
6/19/2005GALLUP25243141
10/15/2004NES24396359
3/21/2004PEW23245356
10/26/2003GALLUP23393152
7/27/2003CBS/NYT21275547
10/15/2002NES53566661
9/04/2002GALLUP31405060
9/02/2002CBS/NYT32325553
7/13/2002CBS/NYT37335042
6/17/2002GALLUP30365955
1/24/2002CBS/NYT38395854
12/07/2001CBS/NYT34436158
10/06/2001GALLUP46556669
1/17/2001CBS/NYT33244133
10/15/2000NES58525444
7/09/2000GALLUP41425035
4/02/2000ABC/POST38392820
10/03/1999CBS/NYT26332924
9/14/1999CBS/NYT38454227
2/12/1999ABC/POST40432616
2/04/1999GALLUP36403327
1/10/1999CBS/NYT39444028
1/03/1999CBS/NYT34393126
12/01/1998NES45463934
11/01/1998CBS/NYT28282322
10/26/1998CBS/NYT30282226
8/10/1998ABC/POST38352427
2/01/1998GALLUP55523323
1/25/1998CBS/NYT24312419
6/01/1997GALLUP41383121
1/14/1997CBS/NYT30282514
11/02/1996CBS/NYT30322119
10/15/1996NES38393025
5/12/1996GALLUP25352518
5/06/1996ABC/POST41413933
11/19/1995ABC/POST26272628
8/07/1995GALLUP16271725
8/05/1995CBS/NYT21191923
3/19/1995ABC/POST24282217
2/22/1995CBS/NYT20182217
12/01/1994NES22282116
10/29/1994CBS/NYT26272315
10/23/1994ABC/POST32252211
6/06/1994GALLUP1626159
1/30/1994GALLUP20271812
1/20/1994ABC/POST26312510
1/17/1993ABC/POST30332822
1/14/1993CBS/NYT17302020
10/23/1992CBS/NYT20153032
10/15/1992NES26333731
6/08/1992GALLUP13193130
10/20/1991ABC/POST25334239
3/06/1991CBS/NYT46395756
3/01/1991ABC/POST39415450
12/01/1990NES27263133
9/06/1990ABC/POST34394945
1/16/1990ABC/POST28345039
6/29/1989CBS/NYT27273855
1/15/1989CBS/NYT33385654
11/10/1988CBS/NYT24406552
10/15/1988NES34355251
1/23/1988ABC/POST30315449
10/18/1987CBS/NYT34374749
6/01/1987ABC/POST34416055
1/21/1987CBS/NYT34375448
1/19/1987ABC/POST37385251
12/01/1986NES25365353
9/09/1986ABC/POST25345544
1/19/1986CBS/NYT34385152
11/06/1985CBS/NYT42436056
7/29/1985ABC/POST26335341
3/21/1985ABC/POST27295248
2/22/1985ABC/POST28336263
10/15/1984NES34475246
12/01/1982NES29354838
11/07/1980CBS/NYT38424441
10/15/1980NES34282818
3/12/1980CBS/NYT31292518
11/03/1979CBS/NYT34312826
12/01/1978NES38332424
10/23/1977CBS/NYT41413216
4/25/1977CBS/NYT41383336
10/15/1976NES27344941
9/05/1976CBS/NYT33424545
6/15/1976CBS/NYT35353934
12/01/1974NES36403940
10/15/1972NES44536266

Pew Research Center

Historically there have been modest differences between generational groups in trust in government and that remains the case today.

Trust in government by generation

Date.GreatestSilentBoomerGen XMillennialGen Z
4/11/2021PEW2428212517
8/2/20PEW2521181919
4/12/20PEW38322720
3/25/2019PEW18161719
12/4/2017PEW18141715
4/11/2017PEW14202219
10/4/2015PEW16141924
7/20/2014CNN11101419
2/26/2014PEW24212427
11/15/2013CBS/NYT13161521
10/13/2013PEW16171626
5/31/2013CBS/NYT20151829
2/6/2013CBS/NYT21191824
1/13/2013PEW23232432
10/19/2011CBS/NYT56819
10/4/2011PEW16161926
9/23/2011CNN8101625
8/21/2011PEW15161725
3/14/2011PEW25292634
10/21/2010CBS/NYT20172723
10/1/2010CBS/NYT14172122
9/6/2010PEW22202529
9/1/2010CNN212323
4/5/2010CBS/NYT141426
4/1/2010PEW22222037
3/21/2010PEW18182332
2/12/2010CNN262525""
2/5/2010CBS/NYT201826""
1/10/2010GALLUP16141932
12/20/2009CNN211719
8/31/2009CBS/NYT16182143
6/12/2009CBS/NYT142222
12/21/2008CNN232621
10/15/2008NES30312932
10/13/2008CBS/NYT141114
7/9/2007CBS/NYT14192639
1/9/2007PEW31303132
10/8/2006CBS/NYT272534
9/15/2006CBS/NYT212531
2/5/2006PEW32323832
1/20/2006CBS/NYT292931
1/6/2006GALLUP293033
12/2/2005CBS/NYT292936
9/11/2005PEW313034
9/9/2005CBS/NYT292335
6/19/2005GALLUP312537
10/15/2004NES48494243
3/21/2004PEW35373444
10/26/2003GALLUP343638
7/27/2003CBS/NYT273637
10/15/2002NES595552
9/4/2002GALLUP354751
9/2/2002CBS/NYT333442
7/13/2002CBS/NYT323542
6/17/2002GALLUP414447
1/24/2002CBS/NYT414550
12/7/2001CBS/NYT454851
10/25/2001CBS/NYT495656
10/6/2001GALLUP515962
1/17/2001CBS/NYT323133
10/15/2000NES57503943
7/9/2000GALLUP403944
4/2/2000ABC/POST302633
10/3/1999CBS/NYT243333
9/14/1999CBS/NYT40363641
2/12/1999ABC/POST293136
2/4/1999GALLUP3532
1/10/1999CBS/NYT36353343
1/3/1999CBS/NYT27313237
12/1/1998NES36343849
11/1/1998CBS/NYT22222724
10/26/1998CBS/NYT212728
8/10/1998ABC/POST263437
2/1/1998GALLUP372945
1/25/1998CBS/NYT292527
10/31/1997PEW393639
6/1/1997GALLUP323037
1/14/1997CBS/NYT25222127
11/2/1996CBS/NYT30242327
10/15/1996NES37343231
5/12/1996GALLUP35192335
5/6/1996ABC/POST40332940
11/19/1995ABC/POST28182628
8/7/1995GALLUP15232323
8/5/1995CBS/NYT19171824
3/19/1995ABC/POST23202225
2/22/1995CBS/NYT19161721
12/1/1994NES28202024
10/29/1994CBS/NYT25192024
10/23/1994ABC/POST28212119
6/6/1994GALLUP13141426
1/30/1994GALLUP19191725
1/20/1994ABC/POST32232124
3/24/1993GALLUP28211926
1/17/1993ABC/POST25282535
1/14/1993CBS/NYT31252026
10/23/1992CBS/NYT21182229
10/15/1992NES28292930
6/8/1992GALLUP21112630
10/20/1991ABC/POST31313642
3/6/1991CBS/NYT36405058
3/1/1991ABC/POST38414558
12/1/1990NES27272736
10/28/1990CBS/NYT20222534
9/6/1990ABC/POST37414251
1/16/1990ABC/POST37343848
6/29/1989CBS/NYT28373638
1/15/1989CBS/NYT42374652
11/10/1988CBS/NYT38404747
10/15/1988NES41433942
1/23/1988ABC/POST33324258
10/18/1987CBS/NYT303946
6/1/1987ABC/POST45464857
3/1/1987CBS/NYT363646
1/21/1987CBS/NYT39374656
1/19/1987ABC/POST434143
12/1/1986NES40403831
11/30/1986CBS/NYT474548
9/9/1986ABC/POST373543
1/19/1986CBS/NYT364344
11/6/1985CBS/NYT504648
7/29/1985ABC/POST363241
3/21/1985ABC/POST383439
2/22/1985ABC/POST383945
10/15/1984NES424147
12/1/1982NES333134
11/7/1980CBS/NYT384038
10/15/1980NES262227
3/12/1980CBS/NYT262428
12/1/1978NES262932
10/15/1976NES313238
3/1/1976GALLUP323135
12/1/1974NES323643
10/15/1972NES495756
12/1/1970NES505959
10/15/1968NES557173
12/1/1966NES6272
10/15/1964NES7482
12/1/1958NES7277

Pew Research Center

Black Americans’ trust in government is now substantially higher that it was last year (15% then, 37% now), while views among White and Hispanic adults have seen less change over this period. As was the case under the Obama and Clinton administrations, Black and Hispanic adults now express more trust in the government to do the right thing than do White adults. Asian American trust in government also is now substantially higher than White trust in government. During the Republican presidencies of Reagan, G.W. Bush and Trump, White Americans were substantially more likely than Black Americans to express trust in the federal government.

Trust in government by race and ethnicity

Date.HispanicBlackWhiteAsian
4/11/2021PEW36371829
8/2/2020PEW28151827
4/12/20PEW292726
3/25/2019PEW28917
12/04/2017PEW231517
4/11/2017PEW241320
10/04/2015PEW282315
7/20/2014CNN9
2/26/2014PEW332622
11/15/2013CBS/NYT12
10/13/2013PEW212417
5/31/2013CBS/NYT15
2/06/2013CBS/NYT3915
1/13/2013PEW443820
10/31/2012NES383816
10/19/2011CBS/NYT15158
10/04/2011PEW292517
9/23/2011CNN10
8/21/2011PEW283515
3/01/2011PEW282530
10/21/2010CBS/NYT4015
10/01/2010CBS/NYT17
9/06/2010PEW373720
9/01/2010CNN21
4/05/2010CBS/NYT18
3/21/2010PEW263720
2/12/2010CNN22
2/05/2010CBS/NYT16
1/10/2010GALLUP16
12/20/2009CNN2118
8/31/2009CBS/NYT21
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12/21/2008CNN22
10/15/2008NES342830
10/13/2008CBS/NYT18
7/09/2007CBS/NYT1125
1/09/2007PEW352032
10/08/2006CBS/NYT31
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2/05/2006PEW2636
1/20/2006CBS/NYT1934
1/06/2006GALLUP33
12/02/2005CBS/NYT35
9/11/2005PEW1232
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6/19/2005GALLUP32
10/15/2004NES3450
3/21/2004PEW1741
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7/27/2003CBS/NYT1937
10/15/2002NES4158
9/04/2002GALLUP46
9/02/2002CBS/NYT39
7/13/2002CBS/NYT39
6/17/2002GALLUP48
1/24/2002CBS/NYT48
12/07/2001CBS/NYT51
10/25/2001CBS/NYT60
10/06/2001GALLUP61
1/17/2001CBS/NYT33
10/15/2000NES3246
7/09/2000GALLUP41
4/02/2000ABC/POST28
2/14/2000PEW3640
10/03/1999CBS/NYT28
9/14/1999CBS/NYT3039
5/16/1999PEW2831
2/21/1999PEW3231
2/12/1999ABC/POST32
2/04/1999GALLUP33
1/10/1999CBS/NYT3735
1/03/1999CBS/NYT3931
12/01/1998NES573638
11/19/1998PEW2726
11/01/1998CBS/NYT2922
10/26/1998CBS/NYT2625
8/10/1998ABC/POST33
2/22/1998PEW4233
2/01/1998GALLUP36
1/25/1998CBS/NYT25
10/31/1997PEW3938
6/01/1997GALLUP3132
1/14/1997CBS/NYT1524
11/02/1996CBS/NYT313024
10/15/1996NES3532
5/12/1996GALLUP24
5/06/1996ABC/POST34
11/19/1995ABC/POST26
8/07/1995GALLUP22
8/05/1995CBS/NYT2419
3/19/1995ABC/POST2721
2/22/1995CBS/NYT2017
12/01/1994NES2220
10/29/1994CBS/NYT1622
10/23/1994ABC/POST21
6/06/1994GALLUP15
1/30/1994GALLUP17
1/20/1994ABC/POST3421
3/24/1993GALLUP20
1/17/1993ABC/POST4525
1/14/1993CBS/NYT2224
10/23/1992CBS/NYT2123
10/15/1992NES372728
6/08/1992GALLUP23
10/20/1991ABC/POST2936
3/06/1991CBS/NYT3049
3/01/1991ABC/POST3546
12/01/1990NES392227
10/28/1990CBS/NYT2625
9/06/1990ABC/POST3943
1/16/1990ABC/POST3538
6/29/1989CBS/NYT2636
1/15/1989CBS/NYT3346
11/10/1988CBS/NYT3345
10/15/1988NES2543
1/23/1988ABC/POST2941
10/18/1987CBS/NYT3241
6/01/1987ABC/POST3449
3/01/1987CBS/NYT2045
1/21/1987CBS/NYT2746
1/19/1987ABC/POST3147
12/01/1986NES2142
11/30/1986CBS/NYT2352
9/09/1986ABC/POST2642
1/19/1986CBS/NYT2245
11/06/1985CBS/NYT3452
7/29/1985ABC/POST2240
3/21/1985ABC/POST2940
2/22/1985ABC/POST2446
10/15/1984NES3346
12/01/1982NES2634
11/07/1980CBS/NYT3040
10/15/1980NES2625
3/12/1980CBS/NYT3524
11/03/1979CBS/NYT3629
12/01/1978NES2929
10/23/1977CBS/NYT2834
4/25/1977CBS/NYT3435
10/15/1976NES2235
6/15/1976CBS/NYT3534
3/01/1976GALLUP2334
12/01/1974NES1938
10/15/1972NES3256
12/01/1970NES4055
10/15/1968NES6261
12/01/1966NES6565
10/15/1964NES7777
12/01/1958NES6274

Pew Research Center

Sources: Pew Research Center, National Election Studies, Gallup, ABC/Washington Post, CBS/New York Times, and CNN Polls. Data from 2020 and later come from Pew Research Center’s online American Trends Panel; prior data from telephone surveys. Question wording can be found here. See 2019 report for more details on changes in survey mode. More information on the Pew Research Center’s polling methodology can be found here For party, generation and race/ethnicity analysis, selected datasets obtained from searches of the iPOLL Databank provided by the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research. White, Black and Asian American adults include those who report being one race and are not Hispanic. Hispanics are of any race. Asian adults interviewed in English only.

Sours: https://www.pewresearch.org/politics/2021/05/17/public-trust-in-government-1958-2021/

AP United States Government and Politics

American education course and exam

Advanced Placement United States Government and Politics (often shortened to AP Gov) is a college-level course and examination offered to high school students through the College Board's Advanced Placement Program. This course surveys the structure and function of American government and politics that begins with an analysis of the United States Constitution, the foundation of the American political system. Students study the three branches of government, administrative agencies that support each branch, the role of political behavior in the democratic process, rules governing elections, political culture, and the workings of political parties and interest groups.[1]

Topic outline[edit]

The material in the course is composed of multiple subjects from the Constitutional roots of the United States to recent developments in civil rights and liberties. The AP United States Government examination covers roughly six subjects listed below in approximate percentage composition of the examination.[2]

Foundations of American Democracy (15-22%)[edit]

Interactions Among Branches of Government (25-36%)[edit]

Civil Liberties and Civil Rights (13-18%)[edit]

American Political Ideologies and Beliefs (10–15%)[edit]

Political Participation (20-27%)[edit]

  • Political parties and elections
    • Functions
    • Organization
    • Development
    • Effects on the political process
    • Electoral laws and systems
  • Interest groups, including political action committees (PACs)
    • The range of interests represented
    • The activities of interest groups
    • The effects of interest groups on the political process
    • The unique characteristics and roles of PACs in the political process
  • The mass media
    • The functions and structures of the media
    • The impact of media on politics

Public Policy (Part of the Units, embedded within all 5 units)[edit]

Required Supreme Court cases and Foundation Documents[edit]

Supreme Court cases[edit]

Starting from 2019 Administration of the Test, the College Board requires students to know 15 Supreme Court cases.[3] These 15 Supreme Court case are listed below:

Supreme Court case Year Significance Law Applied
McCulloch v. Maryland1819 Established supremacy of the U.S. Constitution and federal laws over state laws U.S. Const.art. I, § 8, cl. 1, 18
United States v. Lopez1995 Congress may not use the commerce clause to make possession of a gun in a school zone a federal crime U.S. Const. art. I, § 8, cl. 3
Engel v. Vitale1962 School sponsorship of religious activities violates the establishment clause U.S. Const. amend. I
Wisconsin v. Yoder1972 Compelling Amish students to attend school past the eighth grade violates the free exercise clause U.S. Const. amend. I; Wis. Stat. § 118.15 (Wisconsin Compulsory School Attendance Law)
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District1969 Public school students have the right to wear black armbands in school to protest the Vietnam War U.S. Const. amends. I, XIV; 42 U.S.C. § 1983
New York Times Co. v. United States1971 Bolstered the freedom of the press, establishing a “heavy presumption against prior restraint” even in cases involving national security U.S. Const. amend. I
Schenck v. United States1919 Speech creating a “clear and present danger” is not protected by the First Amendment U.S. Const. amend. I; 50 U.S.C. § 33
Gideon v. Wainwright1963 Guaranteed the right to an attorney for the poor or indigent in a state felony case U.S. Const. amends. VI, XIV
Roe v. Wade1973 Extended the right of privacy to a woman's decision to have an abortion U.S. Const. amends. IX, XIV;
Tex. Code Crim. Proc. arts. 1191–1194, 1196
McDonald v. Chicago2010 The Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms for self-defense is applicable to the states U.S. Const. amend. II, XIV
Brown v. Board of Education1954 Race-based school segregation violates the equal protection clause U.S. Const. amend. XIV
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission2010 Political spending by corporations, associations, and labor unions is a form of protected speech under the First Amendment U.S. Const. amend. I, Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act
Baker v. Carr1961 Opened the door to equal protection challenges to redistricting and the development of the “one person, one vote” doctrine by ruling that challenges to redistricting did not raise “political questions” that would keep federal courts from reviewing such challenges U.S. Const. amend. XIV; U.S. Const. art. III; 42 U.S.C. § 1983; Tenn. Const. art. II
Shaw v. Reno1993 Majority-minority districts, created under the Voting Rights Act of 1965, may be constitutionally challenged by voters if race is the only factor used in creating the district N/A
Marbury v. Madison1803 Established the principle of judicial review empowering the Supreme Court to nullify an act of the legislative or executive branch that violates the Constitution U.S. Const. art. I; U.S. Const. art. III, § 2; Judiciary Act of 1789 § 13

Foundation Documents[edit]

Same as Supreme Court Case, the College Board requires students to know 9 Foundation Documents.[4] The 9 Documents are listed below:

Exam[edit]

The Multiple-Choice section is analytical and the Free-Response questions are fairly consistent.[5]

  • Section I: Multiple-Choice (80 minutes, 55 questions, 50% of Total Exam Scores)
  • Section II: Free-response (100 minutes, 4 questions, 50% of Total Exam Scores)
Question # 1 2 3 4
Question Type Concept Application Quantitative Analysis Supreme Court Case(s) Comparison Argument Essay
Time Suggested 20 minutes 20 minutes 20 minutes 40 minutes
Percentage of Total Exam Score Each free response question counts as 12.5% of the exam score.

Grade distribution[edit]

In the 2007 administration, 160,978 students took the exam from 6,306 schools.[6] In the 2008 administration, 177,522 students took the exam.[7] In the 2009 administration, 189,998 students took the exam.[8] In the 2010 administration, 211,681 students took the exam.[9] In the 2011 administration, 225,837 students took the exam.[10][11] In the 2018 administration, 326,392 students took the exam.[12] The grade distributions since 2007 were:

Final Score 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018[13]2019[14]2020[15]2021[16]
5 6.0% 12.2% 13.1% 12.5% 12.6% 12.5% 11.3% 11.9% 9.8% 12.4% 11.2% 13.4% 12.9% 15.5% 11%
4 18.9% 13.1% 17.0% 13.3% 13.9% 14.9% 14.3% 12.5% 13.6% 13.5% 12.5% 13.3% 12.4% 16.5% 11%
3 26.9% 25.2% 25.4% 25.4% 25.1% 24.8% 26.1% 26.4% 24.7% 25% 25.8% 26.5% 29.9% 25.5% 27%
2 32.1% 25.8% 24.2% 24.0% 24.3% 24.6% 24.8% 24.7% 25% 24% 24.7% 24.5% 24.8% 22.0% 27%
1 16.1% 23.7% 20.2% 24.7% 24.1% 23.2% 23.5% 24.6% 26.9% 25.1% 25.8% 22.3% 20.0% 20.5% 23%
% of Scores 3 or Higher 51.8% 50.5% 55.5% 51.2% 51.6% 52.2% 51.7% 50.8% 48.1% 50.9% 49.5% 53.2% 55.2% 57.5% 49%
Mean Score 2.67 2.64 2.78 2.65 2.67 2.69 2.65 2.63 2.54 2.64 2.59 2.71 2.73 2.85
Standard Deviation 1.13 1.30 1.30 1.32 1.32 1.31 1.29 1.30 1.28 1.32 1.30 1.31 1.27 1.34
Number of Students 225,837 239,513 255,758 271,043 282,571 296,108 319,612 326,392 314,825 293,196 260,941

References[edit]

  1. ^"Government and Politics United States Comparative Course Description"(PDF). The College Board. pp. 9–13. Archived from the original(PDF) on April 23, 2008. Retrieved May 3, 2008.
  2. ^"Government and Politics United States Comparative Course Description"(PDF). The College Board. pp. 14–15. Archived from the original(PDF) on April 23, 2008. Retrieved May 3, 2008.
  3. ^"AP® U.S. Government and Politics Course And Exam Description"(PDF). The College Board. pp. 48–49. Retrieved March 8, 2019.
  4. ^"AP® U.S. Government and Politics Course And Exam Description"(PDF). The College Board. pp. 46–47. Retrieved March 8, 2019.
  5. ^"AP® U.S. Government and Politics Course And Exam Description"(PDF). The College Board. p. 80. Retrieved March 8, 2019.
  6. ^"U.S. Government & Politics Grade Distribution". collegeboard.com, Inc. Archived from the original on May 8, 2008. Retrieved May 3, 2008.
  7. ^"2008 U.S. Government & Politics Grade Distribution"(PDF). collegeboard.com, Inc. Archived(PDF) from the original on February 19, 2009. Retrieved March 28, 2009.
  8. ^"2009 U.S. Government & Politics Grade Distribution"(PDF). collegeboard.com, Inc. Archived(PDF) from the original on July 16, 2011. Retrieved November 21, 2009.
  9. ^"Archived copy"(PDF). Archived(PDF) from the original on March 28, 2012. Retrieved September 9, 2011.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  10. ^"Archived copy"(PDF). Archived(PDF) from the original on January 5, 2015. Retrieved May 6, 2012.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  11. ^Packer, Trevor. "2012 AP Exam Score Distributions". Total Registration. Archived from the original on July 17, 2012. Retrieved July 10, 2012.
  12. ^"Student Score Distributions 2018"(PDF). The College Board. 2018. Retrieved April 4, 2019.
  13. ^Total Registration (June 20, 2018). "@AP_Trevor: "The 2018 AP US Government & Politics scores: 5: 13.4%; 4: 13.3%; 3: 26.5%; 2: 24.5%; 1: 22.3%. Kudos to these students and their teachers, as these are the highest scores in many years. (By way of comparison, just a few years ago, the percentage of 5s was 9.8%.)"". twitter.com.
  14. ^Total Registration (June 28, 2019). "2019 AP Exam Score Distributions". www.totalregistration.net. Retrieved June 28, 2019.
  15. ^"STUDENT SCORE DISTRIBUTIONS"(PDF). Retrieved June 9, 2021.
  16. ^Total Registration (July 16, 2021). "2021 AP Exam Score Distributions". www.totalregistration.net. Retrieved July 17, 2021.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AP_United_States_Government_and_Politics
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Electricity

Selected wholesale electricity and natural gas pricing locationsThe market data provided here are republished, with permission, from data collected by the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) and are updated biweekly. Currently, electricity products can be traded at more than two dozen hubs and delivery points in North America, and natural gas products can be traded at more than 120 hubs. The data posted under EIA's agreement with ICE represent eight major electricity hubs and their corresponding natural gas trading hubs.

This market information includes daily volumes, high and low prices, and weighted-average prices. Natural gas historical data are available back to March 2014. The electricity historical data availability dates differ by hub. Mid–C, PJM West, SP15-1, Palo Verde, and Mass Hub have data from 2001. Indiana Hub has data from 2006. SP15-2 (SP15 Gen DA LMP) and NP15 have data from 2009. ERCOT North has data from 2014.

Electricity

Electricity and Natural gas

If a certain hub or time period does not appear, EIA does not have access to it through the above-mentioned agreement. The data and methodology would have to be obtained directly from ICE.

Selected hubs and wholesale daily spot price names

RegionElectricity Hub NameICE Electricity Product Name Natural Gas Hub NameICE Natural Gas Product Name
New EnglandMass HubNepool MH DA LMP Peak (from 2001) AlgonquinAlgonquin Citygates
PJMPJM WestPJM WH Real Time Peak (from 2001) TETCO-M3TETCO-M3
MidwestIndiana HubIndiana Hub RT Peak (from 2006) Chicago CitygatesChicago Citygates
TexasERCOT NorthERCOT North 345KV Peak (from 2014) Henry HubHenry
NorthwestMid-CMid C Peak (from 2001) MalinMalin
Northern CaliforniaNP-15NP15 EZ Gen DA LMP Peak (from 2009) PG&E - CitygatePG&E - Citygate
SouthwestPalo VerdePalo Verde Peak (from 2001) Socal-EhrenbergSocal-Ehrenberg
Southern CaliforniaSP-15SP15 Gen DA LMP Peak (from 2009)
SP-15 Peak (2001 to 2009)
 Socal-CitygateSocal-Citygate

 

About the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)

For prompt or "day ahead" markets in North American power, ICE is a major execution venue for over-the-counter (OTC) trading. These power indices are taken directly from transactions executed on the ICE platform. ICE's OTC participants are some of the world's largest energy companies, financial institutions, and other active members in the global commodity markets. Participants include refiners, power stations, utilities, chemical and transportation companies, banks and hedge funds, as well as other energy and financial industry professionals.

About the ICE data

For the power indices, all qualifying physical firm power contracts traded on ICE from 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM CST on the day of publication are included.

These data are published for each hub:

  • Price hub: Location as defined in the ICE Product Guide
  • Dates: Trade date and Delivery start and end dates
  • High price: the absolute high price for the period
  • Low price: the absolute low price for the period
  • Wtd avg price: index of weighted average price
  • Daily volume: total contracts traded for the period counting the sell side only
  • Number of trades: number of trades confirmed through ICE and eConfirm that were used in the index calculation
  • Number of counterparties: number of companies that participated in the index related transactions

Calculation of the weighted average prices (indices)

The power indices are developed using the following formula:

      I = Σ (P • V) / T

where:
I = Volumetric Weighted Average Index Price,
P = price or premium of individual transaction,
V = volume of individual transaction,
∑(P • V) = sum of each transaction's price multiplied by its volume,
T = total volume of all qualifying transactions.

In addition to the price filters on the Intercontinental trading platform in accordance with their Fair Trading initiative, the following types of trades are considered "non-qualifying", and are not included in the indices:

  • Trades done between two companies that are owned by the same parent company
  • Price basis spread legs, i.e. spread trades that are executed on a trading platform that subsequently are converted into two outright prices for trade reporting purposes
  • Deals that have been consummated but then cancelled or altered by the counterparties before confirmation
  • Trades where counterparties reverse a trade within two minutes of the previous transaction
  • Option Trades Deals that fall outside of the given time period for each index

Contact data experts

Sours: https://www.eia.gov/electricity/wholesale/

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