The first two years of the Biden Administration ushered in a commitment to industrial policy not seen since the days of Lyndon Johnson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. However, recent polling indicates that only 36% of U.S. voters are aware of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), emphasizing the need for persistent storytelling to convey the positive effects of the administration’s industrial policy on job creation, community investments, and addressing climate change in the long term.
For the first time in 13 unlucky years things are looking up for progressives in Britain. To support Labour’s chances to form a new government, Labour Together has been developing a policy and communications strategy based on the idea of security. This reflects both the immediate financial insecurity being felt by many voters but also a more profound sense of uncertainty resulting from the shocks of the last few years.
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