AJ Dellinger, Morning Consult

AJ Dellinger

Morning Consult

Madison, WI, United States

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Past articles by AJ:

Artificial Intelligence in Search Faces Hesitancy From Consumers

Bing’s and Google’s introduction of artificial intelligence in search engines is leaving the public with questions about bias and misinformation. → Read More

Voters Support Required Government Notice Before U.S. Companies Invest in China’s Critical Sectors

Half of voters back a requirement for American companies to notify the federal government before they invest in critical sectors in China. → Read More

AI-Powered Search Engines Driving Accuracy, Bias Concerns

The majority of U.S. adults are concerned over accuracy of results, bias, and misinformation in AI-powered search engines, such as ChatGPT Bing. → Read More

Facebook Favorability Slightly Improves Following Announcement That Trump’s Ban Will End

Republican support for the platform’s decision to reinstate former president drives increase in favorability → Read More

Voters Are Slightly More Likely Than Not to Back Meta’s Move to Reinstate Trump’s Accounts

Nearly 2 in 3 Democrats oppose Meta’s call to end the Facebook and Instagram bans, while almost 3 in 4 Republicans favor the decision → Read More


What Dave has that Elon doesn’t

And how that leads to the world’s richest man getting booed relentlessly at a comedy show. → Read More

Elon Musk kicked off his ‘free speech’ crusade by firing Twitter’s biggest free speech advocate

One of Elon Musk's biggest Twitter firings was Vijaya Gadde. But she was critical in pushing his version of free speech on the platform. → Read More


Two new climate reports paint a dire picture for the future of humanity

We are rapidly approaching a number of “tipping points” that will change our world forever. → Read More


A terrifying new report just found modern slavery is on the rise

The United Nations’ study found a shocking 50 million people are living under conditions that meet the criteria for modern slavery. → Read More


5 good news stories about climate change

And four other good climate news items from this week. → Read More


Hooray, the IRS will spend $15 million to think about making free e-filing

Doing the absolute least. → Read More


The hottest September day on Earth was just recorded in Death Valley

California’s brutal heat wave led to unthinkable temperatures in the desert valley. → Read More


California just upped the minimum wage for fast food workers to $22 an hour

The change is part of a big workers’ rights package signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom. → Read More


Yet another state has banned gas cars by 2035

And four other good climate news items from this week. → Read More


“Zombie ice” near Greenland is a catastrophe waiting to happen

The giant ice sheets are doomed to melt — bringing with them devastating sea level rise. → Read More


A river is drying up in China — revealing 600-year-old Buddhist statues in the process

“This is very precious,” one person said, which would be cute if it weren’t a direct result of climate change. → Read More


Elon Musk was partying with Kevin McCarthy this week

For a guy who keeps insisting he is a moderate, he keeps doing pretty MAGA-y things. → Read More


A federal court ruled that gender dysphoria is a protected disability

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit found that while being transgender is not a disability, gender dysphoria is a condition that requires care. → Read More


Climate change keeps showing us where the bodies are buried

With glaciers melting and water lines receding, bodies that were missing for years are finally being discovered. → Read More


Trumpworld is demanding war after the FBI searched Mar-a-Lago

From pro-Trump forums calling to “lock and load” to elected Republicans attacking the DOJ, the desire for retaliation is loud and clear. → Read More