Think tanks can be a great resource for research and statistics on a variety of topics, but think tanks are . That a think tank refers to itself as non-partisan means that it has no formal connection to a political party, not that it doesn’t have an ideological orientation that may be more consistent with a given political party.
The following are well-known think tanks:
Newspapers can be helpful sources of current information about new policies. Editorials and the Op-Ed pages are particularly good places to look, because they are spaces in which people write about problems and how they might be solved.
Use the resources below to find raw statistics and make your own graphs and charts to show trends. You can also look in newspapers and databases to find graphs and charts created by others.