Welcome to the Satya Foundation

Satya means “truth” in Sanskrit and defines our purpose. The foundation is dedicated to reducing the divisions in our society by improving the quality of public discourse.

In the coming months, we will be sharing insights into the 2020 election and its aftermath, the world-changing events around us, and the quality of public discourse around those subjects. We use information generated by sentiment analysis technology that is specifically designed to deliver an accurate, unbiased, and objective view of opinions, attitudes, and emotions. By understanding respondents emotions in their perspectives we can begin to relate to the actions taken and look for ways to unite rather than create further division.

While we are a non-partisan organization, we will base our analysis on facts, and where appropriate we will voice criticism of opinions based on untruths and distortions, wherever they lie on the political spectrum.

For an explanation of the charts our slides view this page.

The social media companies and other organizations that spread disinformation and pollute public discourse have vast resources. We want to help change that, but the data analysis we provide is expensive. The reports on this site were made possible due to generous donations from people around the world. The Satya Foundation for Improving Public Discourse is a 501(c) 3 organization. If you find these reports beneficial, please consider making a donation so that we can continue to provide great information. Use the link below to help fund our work.


Comment on Reports

Thank you for visiting our site and reviewing the reports. I hope they provided you with more information on the topics we research. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave Read more…

Beliefs or Facts?

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Who We Help

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Local League of Women Voters