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This is a select bibliography of publications that use data from the Roper Center. Some cite information on overall responses obtained from iPoll; some are based on individual-level analyses of datasets held by the Roper Center, and others use our Presidential approval series or other indexes constructed from Roper Center data.

This bibliography is limited to research articles, and does not include opinion pieces, news stories, or articles in popular magazines. It also does not include publications that use only the General Social Survey (although some use the GSS in addition to other Roper Center data); a bibliography of publications using the GSS can be found on the GSS Data and Information Retrieval System (GSSDIRS) site. At this time, the bibliography does not include books. Click here to search for more references to Roper on Google Scholar.

Finally, if you have used Roper Center data in publications, please help us make this bibliography more complete by sending the citations and if possible a copy of the articles as well (in either paper or electronic form).









Leahy, Peter J., and Allan Mazur. 1980. “The Rise and Fall of Public Opposition in Specific Social Movements.” Social Studies of Science. 10:259-284.

Ladd, Everett Carll. 1981. “The Brittle Mandate: Electoral Dealignment and the 1980 Presidential Election.” Political Science Quarterly. 96:1-25.

Nelsen, Hart M. 1981. “Life without Afterlife: Toward Congruency of Belief across Generations.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 20:109-118.

Russett, Bruce, and Donald R. Deluca. 1981. “Don’t Tread on Me”: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the Eighties.” Political Science Quarterly. 96:381-399.

Daniels, Mark R., Robert Darcy, and Joseph W. Westphal. 1982. “The ERA Won. At Least in the Opinion Polls.” PS. 15:578-584.

Donohue, Kevin C., and Robert G. Ryder. 1982. “A Methodological Note on Marital Satisfaction and Social Variables.” Journal of Marriage and the Family. 44:743-747.

Eldersveld, Samuel J. Political Parties in American Society. New York: Basic Books, 1982.

Fischer, Stanley, and John Huizinga. 1982. “Inflation, Unemployment, and Public Opinion Polls.” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. 14:1-19.

Glenn, Norval D., and Charles N. Weaver. 1982. “Enjoyment of Work by Full-Time Workers in the U.S., 1955 and 1980.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 46:459-470.

Henshaw, Stanley K., and Greg Martire. 1982 “Morality and Legality.” Family Planning Perspectives, JSTOR. 14(2):53–60. 

Kleppner, Paul. 1983. “Voters and Parties in the Western States, 1876-1900.” The Western Historical Quarterly. 14:49-68.

Kramer, Bernard W., S. Michael Kalick, and Michael Milburn. 1983. “Attitudes Toward Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear War: 1945-82.” Journal of Social Issues. 39:7-24.

Schuman, Howard, and Jacob Ludwig. 1983. “The Norm of Even-Handedness in Surveys as in Life.” American Sociological Review. 48:112-120.

Wattier, Mark J. 1983. “Ideological Voting in 1980 Republican Presidential Primaries.” The Journal of Politics. 45:1016-1026.

Beck, Paul Allen. 1984. “Young vs. Old in 1984: Generations and Life Stages in Presidential Nomination Politics.” PS. 17:515-524.

Blinder, Alan S., and Douglas Holtz-Eakin. 1984. “Public Opinion and the Balanced Budget.” The American Economic Review. 74:144-149.

Keller, Edward B. 1984. “The Public and the Arts.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 471:34-44.

Presser, Stanley. 1984. “Is Inaccuracy on Factual Survey Items Item-Specific or Respondent-Specific?” Public Opinion Quarterly. 48:344-355.

Short, James F., Jr. 1984. “The Social Fabric at Risk: Toward the Social Transformation of Risk Analysis.” American Sociological Review. 49:711-725.

Shapiro, Robert Y., and Tom W. Smith. 1985. “The Polls: Social Security.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 49:561-572.

Smith, Tom W. 1985. “The Polls: America’s Most Important Problems Part I: National and International.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 49:264-274.

Smith, Tom W. 1985. “The Polls: America’s Most Important Problems Part II: Regional, Community, and Personal.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 49:403-410.

Weil, Frederick D. 1985. “The Variable Effects of Education on Liberal Attitudes: A Comparative- Historical Analysis of Anti-Semitism Using Public Opinion Survey Data.” American Sociological Review. 50:458-474.

Abrahamson, Mark, and Valerie J. Carter. 1986. “Tolerance, Urbanism and Region.” American Sociological Review. 51:287-294.

Gillroy, John M., and Robert Y. Shapiro. 1986. “The Polls: Environmental Protection.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 50:270-279.

Graham, Thomas W., and Bernard M. Kramer. 1986. “The Polls: ABM and Star Wars: Attitudes Toward Nuclear Defense, 1945-1985.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 50:125-134.

Monroe, Kristen, and Lynda Erickson. 1986. “The Economy and Political Support: The Canadian Case.” The Journal of Politics. 48:616-647.

Moughrabi, Fouad. 1986. “American Public Opinion and the Palestine Question.” Journal of Palestine Studies. 15:56-75.

Paterson, Thomas G., and William J. Brophy. 1986. “October Missiles and November Elections: The Cuban Missile Crisis and American Politics, 1962.” The Journal of American History. 73:87-119.

Shapiro, Robert Y., and John T. Young. 1986. “The Polls: Medical Care in the United States.“ Public Opinion Quarterly. 50:418-428.

Hawthorne, Michael R., and John E. Jackson. 1987. “The Individual Political Economy of Federal Tax Policy.” The American Political Science Review. 81:757-774.

Hout, Michael, and Andrew M. Greeley. 1987. “The Center Doesn’t Hold: Church Attendance in the United States, 1940-1984.” American Sociological Review. 52:325-345.

Hunter, James Davison. 1987. “Religious Elites in Advanced Industrial Society.” Comparative Studies in Society and History. 29:360-374.

Smith III, Ted J., and J. Michael Hogan. 1987. “Public Opinion and the Panama Canal Treaties of 1977.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 51:5-30.

Levin, Richard C., Alvin K. Klevorick, Richard R. Nelson, Sidney G. Winter, Richard Gilbert, and Zvi Griliches. 1987. “Appropriating the Returns from Industrial Research and Development.” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. 1987:783-831.

Mason, Karen Oppenheim, and Anju Malhotra Taj. 1987. “Differences between Women’s and Men’s Reproductive Goals in Developing Countries.” Population and Development Review. 13:611-638.

Russett, Bruce, and Miles Lackey. 1987. “In the Shadow of the Cloud: If There’s No Tomorrow, Why Save Today?” Political Science Quarterly. 102:259-272.

Shapiro, Robert Y., Kelly D. Patterson, Judith Russell, and John T. Young. 1987. “The Polls: Public Assistance.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 51:120-130.

Shapiro, Robert Y., Kelly D. Patterson, Judith Russell, and John T. Young. 1987. “A Report: Employment and Social Welfare.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 51:268-281.

Singer, Eleanor, Theresa F. Rogers, and Mary Corcoran. 1987. “A Report: AIDS.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 51:580-595.

Smith, Tom W. 1987. “A Review: The Use of Public Opinion Data by the Attorney General’s Commission on Pornography.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 51:249-267.

Smith, Tom W. 1987. “The Art of Asking Questions, 1936-1985.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 51:S95-S108.

Weil, Frederick D. 1987. “Cohorts, Regimes, and the Legitimation of Democracy: West Germany Since 1945.” American Sociological Review. 52:308-324.

Dyer, James A., Arnold Vedlitz, and David B. Hill. 1988. “New Voters, Switchers, and Political Party Realignment in Texas.” The Western Political Quarterly. 41:155-167.

Geer, John G. 1988. “Assessing the Representativeness of Electorates in Presidential Primaries.” American Journal of Political Science. 32:929-945.

Geyer, Anne E., and Robert Y. Shapiro. 1988. “A Report: Human Rights.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 52:386-398.

Henshaw, Stanley K., and Jane Silverman. 1988. “The Characteristics and Prior Contraceptive Use of U.S. Abortion Patients.” Family Planning Perspectives. 20:158-159+162-168.

Kenney, Patrick J., and Tom W. Rice. 1988. “The Evaporating Independents: Removing the “Independent” Option From the NES Party Identification Question.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 52:231-239.

Mueller, John. 1988. “Trends in Political Tolerance.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 52:1-25.

Squire, Peverill. 1988. “Why the 1936 Literary Digest Poll Failed.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 52:125-133.

Wuthnow, Robert, and Clifford Nass. 1988. “Government Activity and Civil Privatism: Evidence from Voluntary Church Membership.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 27:157-174.

Barbezat, Debra A. 1989. “The Effect of Collective Bargaining on Salaries in Higher Education.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 42:443-455.

Dearing, James W. 1989. “Setting the Polling Agenda for the Issue of AIDS.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 53:309-329.

John, Kenneth E. 1989. “A Report: 1980-1988 New Hampshire Presidential Primary Polls.“ Public Opinion Quarterly. 53:590-605.

Lerner, Robert, Althea K. Nagai, and Stanley Rothman. 1989. “Marginality and Liberalism Among Jewish Elites.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 53:330-352.

Modell, John, Marc Goulden, and Sigurdur Magnusson. 1989. “World War II in the Lives of Black Americans: Some Findings and Interpretation.” The Journal of American History. 76:838-848.

Sobel, Richard. 1989. “A Report: Public Opinion About United States Intervention in El Salvador and Nicaragua.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 53:114-128.

Weil, Frederick D. 1989. “The Sources and Structure of Legitimation in Western Democracies: A Consolidated Model Tested with Time-Series Data in Six Countries Since World War II.” American Sociological Review. 54:682-706.




Chew, Kenneth S. Y. 1990. “Is There a Parent Gap in Pocketbook Politics?” Journal of Marriage and the Family 52:723-734.

Katz, James E., and Annette R. Tassone. 1990. “A Report: Public Opinion Trends: Privacy and Information Technology.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 54:125-143.

Lockerbie, Brad, and Stephen A. Borrelli. 1990. “Question Wording and Public Support for Contra Aid, 1983-1986.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 54:195-208.

Russett, Bruce. 1990. “Doves, Hawks, and U.S. Public Opinion.” Political Science Quarterly. 105:515-538.

Sigelman, Lee. 1990. “Disarming the Opposition: The President, the Public, and the INF Treaty.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 54:37-47.

Smith, Tom W. 1990. “Liberal and Conservative Trends in the United States Since World War II.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 54:479-507.

Abramson, Paul R., and Charles W. Ostrom, Jr. 1991. “Macropartisanship: An Empirical Reassessment.” The American Political Science Review. 85:181-192.

Baer, Judith A. 1991. “Women’s Rights and the Limits of Constitutional Doctrine.” The Western Political Quarterly. 44:821-852.

Carpini, Michael X. Delli, and Scott Keeter. 1991. “Stability and Change in the U.S. Public’s Knowledge of Politics.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 55:583-612.

Danigelis, Nicholas L., and Stephen J. Cutler. 1991. “Cohort Trends in Attitudes About Law and Order: Who’s Leading the Conservative Wave?” Public Opinion Quarterly. 55:24-49.

Green, John C., and James L. Guth. 1991. “Religion, Representatives, and Roll Calls.” Legislative Studies Quarterly. 16:571-584.

Hogan, J. Michael, and Ted J. Smith Iii. 1991. “Polling on the Issues: Public Opinion and the Nuclear Freeze.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 55:534-569.

Marshall, Susan E. 1991. “Who Speaks for American Women? The Future of Antifeminism.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 515:50-62.

Martin, Ben L. 1991. “From Negro to Black to African American: The Power of Names and Naming.” Political Science Quarterly. 106:83-107.

Green, Donald Philip. 1992. “The Price Elasticity of Mass Preferences.” The American Political Science Review. 86:128-148.

Mansbridge, Jane, and Katherine Tate. 1992. “Race Trumps Gender: The Thomas Nomination in the Black Community.” PS: Political Science and Politics. 25:488-492.

Patterson, Kelly D., and David B. Magleby. 1992. “Poll Trends: Public Support for Congress.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 56:539-551.

Sigelman, Lee, and James S. Todd. 1992. “Clarence Thomas, Black Pluralism, and Civil Rights Policy.” Political Science Quarterly. 107:231-248.

Smith, Tom W. 1992. “Changing Racial Labels: From 'Colored' to 'Negro' to 'Black' to 'African American'.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 56:496-514.

Day, Christine L. 1993. “Older Americans’ Attitudes toward the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act of 1988.” The Journal of Politics. 55:167-177 .

Gandy, Oscar H., Jr. 1993. “African Americans and Privacy: Understanding the Black Perspective in the Emerging Policy Debate.” Journal of Black Studies. 24:178-195.

Greenstein, Fred I. 1993. “The Presidential Leadership Style of Bill Clinton: An Early Appraisal. ” Political Science Quarterly. 108:589-601.

Hirshberg, Matthew S. 1993. “Consistency and Change in American Perceptions of China.” Political Behavior. 15:247-263.

Hurwitz, Jon, Mark Peffley, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 1993. “Foreign Policy Belief Systems in Comparative Perspective: The United States and Costa Rica.” International Studies Quarterly. 37:245-270.

Jacobs, Lawrence R., Robert Y. Shapiro, and Eli C. Schulman. 1993. “Poll Trends: Medical Care in the United States-an Update.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 57:394-427.

Lindgren, James. 1993. “Death by Default.” Law and Contemporary Problems. 56:185-254.

Mueller, John. 1993. “A Review: American Public Opinion and the Gulf War: Some Polling Issues.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 57:80-91.

Phelps, R.P. 1993. ” American public opinion on trade, 1950-1990.” Business Economics. 28:35-40.

Rogers, Theresa F., Eleanor Singer, and Jennifer Imperio. 1993. “Poll Trends: AIDS-An Update.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 57:92-114.

Sigelman, Lee, and Susan Welch. 1993. “The Contact Hypothesis Revisited: Black-White Interaction and Positive Racial Attitudes.” Social Forces. 71:781-795.

Simon, Rita J. 1993. “Old Minorities, New Immigrants: Aspirations, Hopes, and Fears.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 530:61-73.

Smith, Tom W. 1993. “A Review: Actual Trends or Measurement Artifacts? A Review of Three Studies of Anti-Semitism.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 57:380-393.

Winston, Clifford. 1993. “Economic Deregulation: Days of Reckoning for Microeconomists.” Journal of Economic Literature. 31:1263-1289.

Adamek, Raymond J. 1994. “A Review: Public Opinion and Roe V. Wade: Measurement Difficulties.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 58:409-418.

Blumoff, Theodore Y. 1994. “The Holocaust and Public Discourse.” The Journal of Law and Religion. 11:591-636.

Brams, Steven J., and Samuel Merrill III. 1994. “Would Ross Perot Have Won the 1992 Presidential Election under Approval Voting?” PS: Political Science and Politics. 27:39-44.

Chaves, Mark, and James C. Cavendish. 1994. “More Evidence on U.S. Catholic Church Attendance.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 33:376-381.

Clarke, Harold D., Jonathan Rapkin, and Marianne C. Stewart. 1994. “A President out of Work: A Note on the Political Economy of Presidential Approval in the Bush Years.” British Journal of Political Science. 24:535-548.

Ferree, Myra Marx. 1994. “'The Time of Chaos Was the Best' Feminist Mobilization and Demobilization in East Germany.” Gender and Society. 8:597-623.

Haynes, Stephen E., and David Jacobs. 1994. “Macroeconomics, Economic Stratification, and Partisanship: A Longitudinal Analysis of Contingent Shifts in Political Identification.” American Journal of Sociology. 100:70-103.

Jacobs, Lawrence R., and Robert Y. Shapiro. 1994. “Questioning the Conventional Wisdom on Public Opinion toward Health Reform.” PS: Political Science and Politics. 27:208-214.

Magleby, David B., and Kelly D. Patterson. 1994. “Poll Trends: Congressional Reform.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 58:419-427.

Mayer, William G. 1994. “Poll Trends: The Rise of the New Media.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 58:124-146.

Pugsley, Mark W. 1994. “Nonsmoking Hiring Policies: Examining the Status of Smokers under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.” Duke Law Journal. 43:1089-1114.

Russett, Bruce, Jonathan Cowden, David Kinsella, and Shoon Murray. 1994. “Did Americans’ Expectations of Nuclear War Reduce Their Savings?” International Studies Quarterly. 38:587-603.

Elliott, Euel, James L. Regens, and Barry J. Seldon. 1995. “Exploring Variation in Public Support for Environmental Protection.” Social Science Quarterly. 76:41-52.

Franklin, Mark, and Matthew Ladner. 1995. “The Undoing of Winston Churchill: Mobilization and Conversion in the 1945 Realignment of British Voters.” British Journal of Political Science. 25:429-452.

Gaubatz, Kurt Taylor. 1995. “Intervention and Intransitivity: Public Opinion, Social Choice, and the Use of Military Force Abroad.” World Politics. 47:534-554.

Reiter, Howard L., and Julie M. Walsh. 1995. “Who Votes for Non-Major-Party Candidates? The Cases of Longley, Sanders, and Weicker.” Polity. 27:651-663.

Tuchfarber, Alfred J., Stephen E. Bennett, Andrew E. Smith, and Eric W. Rademacher. 1995. “The Republican Tidal Wave of 1994: Testing Hypotheses about Realignment, Restructuring, and Rebellion.” PS: Political Science and Politics. 28:689-696.

Voss, D. Stephen, Andrew Gelman, and Gary King. 1995. “Preelection Survey Methodology: Details from Eight Polling Organizations, 1988 and 1992.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 59:98-132.

Waller, Wynne Pomeroy, and Marianne E. Ide. 1995. “Poll Trends: China and Human Rights.” The Public Opinion Quarterly, JSTOR. 59(1)133–143. 

Weakliem, David, Julia McQuillan, and Tracy Schauer. 1995. “Toward Meritocracy? Changing Social-Class Differences in Intellectual Ability.” Sociology of Education. 68:271-286.

Bennett, Stephen Earl. 1996. “‘Know-Nothings’ Revisited Again.” Political Behavior. 18:219-233.

Bolce, Louis, Gerald De Maio, and Douglas Muzzio. 1996. “Dial-In Democracy: Talk Radio and the 1994 Election.” Political Science Quarterly. 111:457-481.

Collet, Christian. 1996. “Trends: Third Parties and the Two-Party System.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 60:431-449.

DiMaggio, Paul, John Evans, and Bethany Bryson. 1996. “Have American’s Social Attitudes Become More Polarized?” American Journal of Sociology. 102:690-755.

Freeman, Richard B. 1996. “The Minimum Wage as a Redistributive Tool.” The Economic Journal. 106:639-649.

Henshaw, Stanley K., and Kathryn Kost. 1996. “Abortion Patients in 1994-1995: Characteristics and Contraceptive Use.” Family Planning Perspectives 28:140-147+158.

Herbst, Susan. 1996. “Public Expression outside the Mainstream.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 546:120-131.

Hinckley, Katherine A., and John C. Green. 1996. “Fund-Raising in Presidential Nomination Campaigns: The Primary Lessons of 1988.” Political Research Quarterly. 49:693-718.

Blendon, Robert J., John M. Benson, Mollyann Brodie, Richard Morin, Drew E. Altman, Daniel Gitterman, Mario Brossard, and Matt James. 1997. “Bridging the Gap Between the Public’s and Economists’ Views of the Economy.” The Journal of Economic Perspectives. 11:105-118.

Campbell, James E. 1997. “The Presidential Pulse and the 1994 Midterm Congressional Election.” Journal of Politics. 59:830-857.

Chai, Sun-Ki. 1997. “Entrenching the Yoshida Defense Doctrine: Three Techniques for Institutionalization.” International Organization. 51:389-412.

Hurwitz, Jon, and Mark Peffley. 1997. “Public Perceptions of Race and Crime: The Role of Racial Stereotypes.” American Journal of Political Science. 41:375-401.

Ladd, Everett Carll. 1997. “1996 Vote: The “No Majority” Realignment Continues.” Political Science Quarterly. 112:1-28.

Lapinski, John S., Pia Peltola, Greg Shaw, and Alan Yang. 1997. “Trends: Immigrants and Immigration.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 61:356-383.

Nincic, Miroslav. 1997. “Domestic Costs, the U.S. Public, and the Isolationist Calculus.” International Studies Quarterly. 41:593-609.

Owens, John E. 1997. “The Return of Party Government in the US House of Representatives: Central Leadership – Committee Relations in the 104th Congress.” British Journal of Political Science. 27:247-272.

Sigelman, Lee, Paul J. Wahlbeck, and Emmett H. Buell, Jr. 1997. “Vote Choice and the Preference for Divided Government: Lessons of 1992.” American Journal of Political Science. 41:879-894.

Weakliem, David L. 1997. “Race versus Class? Racial Composition and Class Voting, 1936-1992.” Social Forces. 75:939-956.

Yang, Alan S. 1997. “Trends: Attitudes Toward Homosexuality.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 61:477-507.

Bennett, W. Lance. 1998. “1998 Ithiel De Sola Pool Lecture: The UnCivic Culture: Communication, Identity, and the Rise of Lifestyle Politics.” PS: Political Science and Politics. 31:740-761.

Bernstein, Barton J. 1998. “Truman and the A-Bomb: Targeting Noncombatants, Using the Bomb, and His Defending the 'Decision'.” Journal of Military History. 62:547-570.

Carrington, Paul D. 1998. “Judicial Independence and Democratic Accountability in Highest State Courts.” Law and Contemporary Problems. 61:79-126.

Diamond, Jeff. 1998. “African-American Attitudes towards United States Immigration Policy.” International Migration Review. 32:451-470.

Gill, Robin, C. Kirk Hadaway, and Penny Long Marler. 1998. “Is Religious Belief Declining in Britain?” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 37:507-516.

Green, Donald, Bradley Palmquist, and Eric Schickler. 1998. “Macropartisanship: A Replication and Critique.” American Political Science Review. 92:883-899.

Jentleson, Bruce W., and Rebecca L. Britton. 1998. “Still Pretty Prudent: Post-Cold War American Public Opinion on the Use of Military Force.” Journal of Conflict Resolution. 42:395-417.

Kaufman, Robert R., and Leo Zuckermann. 1998. “Attitudes toward Economic Reform in Mexico: The Role of Political Orientations.” American Political Science Review. 92:359-375.

Langbein, Laura I., and Gregory B. Lewis. 1998. “Pay, Productivity, and the Public Sector: The Case of Electrical Engineers.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory: J-PART. 8:391-412.

Lien, Pei-Te. 1998. “Does the Gender Gap in Political Attitudes and Behavior Vary across Racial Groups?” Political Research Quarterly. 51:869-894.

Phelps, R.P. 1998. “The demand for standardized student testing.” Educational measurement: Issues and practice. 17(3) Fall, 5-23.

Presser, Stanley, and Linda Stinson. 1998. “Data Collection Mode and Social Desirability Bias in Self-Reported Religious Attendance.” American Sociological Review. 63:137-145.

Schwartz, Barry, and Lori Holyfield. 1998. “Nixon Postmortem.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 560:96-110.

Tolbert, Charles M., Thomas A. Lyson, and Michael D. Irwin. 1998. “Local Capitalism, Civic Engagement, and Socioeconomic Well-Being.” Social Forces. 77:401-427.

Trumbore, Peter F. 1998. “Public Opinion as a Domestic Constraint in International Negotiations: Two-Level Games in the Anglo-Irish Peace Process.” International Studies Quarterly. 42:545-565.

Bishop, George. 1999. “Trends: Americans’ Belief in God.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 63:421-434.

Chanley, Virginia A. 1999. “U.S. Public Views of International Involvement from 1964 to 1993: Time-Series Analyses of General and Militant Internationalism.” Journal of Conflict Resolution. 43:23-44.

Erikson, Robert S., and Christopher Wlezien. 1999. “Presidential Polls as a Time Series: The Case of 1996.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 63:163-177.

Gutmann, Myron P., and Sara M. Pullum. 1999. “From Local to National Political Cultures: Social Capital and Civic Organization in the Great Plains.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History. 29:725-762.

Hellegers, Adam P. 1999. “Reforming Hud’s 'One-Strike' Public Housing Evictions through Tenant Participation.” Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 90:323-362.

Hutcheson, Philo A. 1999. “Reconsidering the Community College.” History of Education Quarterly. 39:307-320.

Ladd, Everett C. 1999. “Bowling with Tocqueville:Civic Engagement and Social Capital.” The Responsive Community. 9:11-21.

Schuman, Howard, and Maria Krysan. 1999. “A Historical Note on Whites’ Beliefs about Racial Inequality.” American Sociological Review. 64:847-855.

Se​rvín-González, Mariana, and Oscar Torres-Reyna. 1999. “Trends: Religion and Politics.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 63:592-621.

Shah, Dhavan V., Mark D. Watts, David Domke, David P. Fan, and Michael Fibison. 1999. “News Coverage, Economic Cues, and the Public’s Presidential Preferences, 1984-1996.” Journal of Politics. 61:914-943.

Smith, Tom W. 1999. “Review: The JAMA Controversy and the Meaning of Sex.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 63:385-400.




DiFilippo, Anthony. 2000. “Can Japan Craft an International Nuclear Disarmament Policy?“ Asian Survey. 40:571-598.

Durr, Robert H., Andrew D. Martin, and Christina Wolbrecht. 2000. “Ideological Divergence and Public Support for the Supreme Court.” American Journal of Political Science. 44:768-776.

McKeown, Timothy J. 2000. “The Cuban Missile Crisis and Politics as Usual.” Journal of Politics. 62:70-87.

Bishop, George, and Andrew Smith. 2001. “Response-Order Effects and the Early Gallup Split-Ballots.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 65:479-505.

Furlong, Beth, and Marlene Wilken. 2001. “Managed Care: The Changing Environment for Consumers and Health Care Providers.” Research in the Sociology of Health Care. 19:3-20.

Jeffries, John C., Jr., and James E. Ryan. 2001. “A Political History of the Establishment Clause.” Michigan Law Review. 100:279-370.

Lawless, Jennifer L., and Richard L. Fox. 2001. “Political Participation of the Urban Poor.” Social Problems. 48:362-385.

Mazur, Allan, Stanley Rothman, and S. Robert Lichter. 2001. “Biases about Man-Made Cancer among Researchers.” Social Studies of Science. 31:771-778.

McDonald, Michael P., and Samuel L. Popkin. 2001. The Myth of the Vanishing Voter.” American Political Science Review. 95:963-974.

Quinn, Dennis P., and John T. Woolley. 2001. “Democracy and National Economic Performance: The Preference for Stability.” American Journal of Political Science. 45:634-657.

Cook, Fay Lomax, Jason Barabas, and Benjamin I Page. 2002. “Invoking Public Opinion: Policy Elites and Social Security.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 66:235-64.

Fan, David P. , Kathy A. Keltner, and Robert D. Wyatt. 2002. “A Matter of Guilt or Innocence: How News Reports Affect Support for the Death Penalty in the United States.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 14:439-52.

Rose, Stephen J. 2002. “The Challenge of Measuring Earnings Mobility and Career Paths in the United States.” Indicators. 1:73-98.

Wuthnow, Robert. 2002. “Religious Involvement and Status-Bridging Social Capital.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 41:669-84.

Bailey, Michael, Lee Sigelman, and Clyde Wilcox. 2003. “Presidential Persuasion on Social Issues: A Two-Way Street?” Political Research Quarterly. 56:49-58.

Finocchiaro, Charles J. 2003. “An Institutional View of Congressional Elections: The Impact of Congressional Image on Seat Change in the House.” Political Research Quarterly. 56:59-65.

Kropf, Martha, and Stephen Knack. 2003. “Viewers like You: Community Norms and Contributions to Public Broadcasting.” Political Research Quarterly. 56:187-197.

Wuthnow, Robert. 2003. “Overcoming Status Distinctions? Religious Involvement, Social Class, Race, and Ethnicity in Friendship Patterns” Sociology of Religion. 64:423-42.

DeLeon, Richard E., and Katherine C. Naff. 2004. “Identity Politics and Local Political Culture.” Urban Affairs Review. 39:689-719.

Grant, Don, et al. 2004. “Do Facilities with Distant Headquarters Pollute More? How Civic Engagement Conditions the Environmental Performance of Absentee Managed Plants.” Social Forces, JSTOR. 83(1):189–214.

Lee, Matthew R., and John P. Bartkowski. 2004. “Love thy Neighbor? Moral Communities, Civic Engagement, and Juvenile Homicide in Rural Areas.” Social Forces. 82:1001-1035.

McGhee, Eric, and Mark Balldassare. 2004. “Estimating Vote Choice: A New Look at the Generic Congressional Ballot.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 68:81-93.

Moskowitz, Joel M. 2004. “Assessment of Cigarette Smoking and Smoking Susceptibility among Youth: Telephone Computer-Assisted Self-Interviews versus Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviews.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 68:565-87.

Roberts, Julian V. 2004. “Public Opinion and Youth Justice.” Crime and Justice. 31:495-542.

Soule, Sarah A., and Susan Olzak. 2004. “When Do Movements Matter? The Politics of Contingency and the Equal Rights Amendment.” American Sociological Review. 69:473-97.

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Amenta, Edwin, Sheera Joy Olasky, and Neal Caren. 2005. “Age For Leisure? Political Mediation and the Impact of the Pension Movement on U. S. Old-Age Policy.” American Sociological Review. 70:516-38.

Brooks, Arthur C. 2005. “Does Social Capital Make You Generous?” Social Science Quarterly. 86:1-15.

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Jerit, Jennifer, Jason Barabas, and Toby Bolsen. 2006. “Citizens, Knowledge, and the Information Environment.American Journal of Political Science. 50(2):266-282.

Jerit, Jennifer, and Jason Barabas. 2006. “Bankrupt Rhetoric: How Misleading Information Affects Knowledge about Social Security.” The Public Opinion Quarterly, JSTOR. 70(3):278-303. 

Kriner, Douglas L. 2006. “Examining Variance in Presidential Approval: The Case of FDR in World War II.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 70:23-47.

Rubenson, Daniel. 2006. “Community Effects on Political Participation: The Role of Social Capital, Heterogeneity and Government Competencies.” The London School of Economics and Political Science.

Becker, Lee B. 2007. “A Secondary Analysis of U.S. Public Opinion Polls about the War in Iraq.” Presented at the conference on Public Opinion Polls and Decision Making: From Theory to Practice, Cairo.

Felis Rota, M. 2007. “Is Social Capital Persistent?: Comparative Measurement in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.” Economic History Working Papers.

Hilber, Christian A. L. 2007. “New Housing Supply and the Dilution of Social Capital.” The London School of Economics and Political Science.

Michaels, Guy, and Xiaojia Zhi. 2007. “Freedom Fries.” The London School of Economics and Political Science.

Felis Rota, M. 2008. “Social Capital in Historical Perspective: A Principal Components Approach to International Measurement and Its Economic Implications.” The London School of Economics and Political Science. 1870-2000. 

Jerit, Jennifer, and Jason Barabas. 2009. “Estimating the Causal Effects of Media Coverage on Policy-Specific Knowledge.” American Journal of Political Science. 53 (1): 73-89.

Jerit, Jennifer. 2009. “Understanding the Knowledge Gap: The Role of Experts and Journalists.” The Journal of Politics, JSTOR. 71(2):442-456.




Brendan Nyhan. 2010. “Why the 'Death Panel' Myth Wouldn’t Die: Misinformation in the Health Care Reform Debate“. The Forum. 8(1).

Brewer, Paul, and Barbara Ley. 2010. “Media Use and Public Perceptions of DNA Evidence“. Science Communication. 32(1): 93-117.

Snyder B. 2010. “Taking Great Cases: Lessons from the Rosenberg Case“. Vanderbilt Law Review. 63(4):885-956.

Webber, David J. 2010. “School District Democracy: School Board Voting and School Performance“. Politics & Policy. 38(1):81-95.

Jones D.R. 2010. “Evaluations of Congress and Voting in House Elections Revisiting the Historical Record“. Public Opinion Quarterly. 74(4):696-710.

Brodie M, D Altman, C Deane, S Buscho, and E Hamel. 2010. “Liking the pieces, not the package: Contradictions in public opinion during health reform“. Health Affairs (Project Hope). 29(6):1125-30.

Lawrence, Mark Atwood. 2010. “Too Late or Too Soon? Debating the Withdrawal from Vietnam in the Age of Iraq.” Diplomatic History 34 (3):589-600.

Block Jr, Ray, and Christina S. Haynes. 2010. “Taking to the Airwaves: Using Content Analyses of Survey Toplines and Filmographies to Test the Michelle Obama Image Transformation (MOIT) Hypothesis.” Black Women in Politics. 97-114

Schoettmer, Patrick. 2010. “An Analysis of Item Non-Response Among American Muslims.”  Available at SSRN 1663007.

Sapolsky, Barry S., Daniel M. Shafer, and Barbara K. Kaye. 2010. “Rating Offensive Words in Three Television Program Contexts.” Mass Communication and Society. 14(1):45-70.

Blendon, Robert J., Minah Kang Kim, and John M. Benson. 2011. “The Public, Political Parties, and Stem-cell Research.” New England Journal of Medicine. 365(20):1853-1856.

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Phelps, Richard P. 2011. "The Effect of Testing on Achievement: Meta-Analyses and Research Summary, 1910–2010. Source List, Effect Sizes, and References for Survey Studies.” Nonpartisan Education Review. 7(2):1-25.

Jones, David R., and Monika L. McDermott. 2011. “The Salience of the Democratic Congress and the 2010 Elections.” PS: Political Science & Politics. 44(02):297-301.

Frankenberg, Erica, and Rebecca Jacobsen. 2011. “The Polls - Trends School Integration Polls.” Public Opinion Quarterly.

Campbell, Andrea Louise. 2011. "Policy Feedbacks and the Impact of Policy Designs on Public Opinion.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law. 36(6):961-973.

Burch, Traci R. 2011. “Fixing the Broken System of Financial Sanctions.” Criminology & Public Policy. 10(3):539-545.

Henderson, Michael, and D. Sunshine Hillygus. 2011. “The Dynamics of Health Care Opinion, 2008–2010: Partisanship, Self-interest, and Racial Resentment.“ Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law. 36(6):945-960.

Nicholson‐Crotty, Jill. 2011. “Does Reported Policy Activity Reduce Contributions to Nonprofit Service Providers?.” Policy Studies Journal. 39(4):591-607.

Markakis, Dionysus. 2012. “US Democracy Promotion in the Middle East: The Pursuit of Hegemony?” The London School of Economics and Political Science. 

Ho, Shirley S., Andrew R. Binder, Amy B. Becker, Patricia Moy, Dietram A. Scheufele, Dominique Brossard, and Albert C. Gunther. 2011. "The Role of Perceptions of Media Bias in General and Issue-specific Political Participation.” Mass Communication and Society. 14(3):343-374.

Benoit, William L. 2012. “Tiger Woods Image Repair: Could He Hit One Out of the Rough." Repairing the Athlete’s Image: Studies in Sports Image Restoration. 89-96.

Graefe, Andreas, and J. Scott Armstrong. 2012. “Predicting Elections from the Most Important Issue: A Test of the Take‐the‐Best Heuristic.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 25(1):41-48.

Stephens, Niall. 2012. “Tyranny of the perceived majority: Polling in the US news media before the invasion of Iraq.” Critical Studies in Media Communication. 29(3):220-237.

Jacobsen, Rebecca, and Andrew Saultz. 2012. “The Polls -Trends Who Should Control Education?.” Public Opinion Quarterly. 76(2):379-390.

Thorndike, Joseph J. 2012. “The Durability of a Dysfunctional Tax: Public Opinion and the Failure of Corporate Tax Reform.” Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy. 21:347-450.

Harmon, Mark D. 2012. “Horatio Alger is Dying: Has US TV News Noticed?

Li, Nan. 2012. “Television, Knowledge, and Nuclear power: Examining the Cultivation Effect of Genre-specific Television Viewing on Risk Perception of Nuclear Power.” 

Edmundson, Lauren. 2012. “The Geographic Value of Patient-carried Medical Records in Improving Healthcare in the US.” The Macalester Review. 2(1):5.

Paulson, Erika L., and Thomas C. O’Guinn. 2012. “Working-Class Cast: Images of the Working Class in Advertising, 1950–2010.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 644(1):50-69.

Gitlin, Todd. 2013. “Occupy’s Predicament: the Moment and the Prospects for the Movement.” The British journal of Sociology. 64(1):3-25.

Anstey, Matthew HR. 2013. “Climate Change and Health–What’s the Problem?.” Globalization and Health. 9(1):1.

Hoyt, Crystal L., and Jeni L. Burnette. 2013. “Gender Bias in Leader Evaluations Merging Implicit Theories and Role Congruity Perspectives.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 39(10):1306-1319.

Smith, Christopher. 2013. “Anti-Islamic Sentiment and Media Framing during the 9/11 Decade.” Journal of Religion & Society. 2:15.

Hartlep, Nicholas Daniel, and Robert Jay Lowinger. 2014. “An Exploratory Study of Undergraduates’ Attitudes Toward Affirmative Action Policies for Asian Americans in College.” Equity & Excellence in Education. 47(3):370-384.

Lewis, Carol W., and Saul H. Nesselroth. 2014. “Public Opinion on Government and Morality: Division and Inconsistency.” Public Integrity. 17(1):19-35.

Harbridge, Laurel, Neil Malhotra, and Brian F. Harrison. 2014. “Public Preferences for Bipartisanship in the Policymaking Process.” Legislative Studies Quarterly. 39(3):327-355.

Weaver, Vesla M. 2014. “Black Citizenship and Summary Punishment: A Brief History to the Present.” Theory & Event. 17(3).

Mikos, R.A. 2015. “Marijuana Localism.” Case Western Reserve Law Review, SSRN. 65:719.

Chapman, Bert. 2015. “Waste and Duplication in NASA Programs: The Need to Enhance US Space Program Efficiency.” Space Policy. 31:13-20.

Tahk, Alexander M. 2015. “A Continuous-time, Latent-variable Model of Time Series Data.” Political Analysis. 23(2):278-298.

Tyler, Tyler R., Jonathan Jackson, and Avital Mentovich. 2015. “On the Consequences of Being an Object of Suspicion: Potential Pitfalls of Proactive Policing.” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 12(4):602-636. 

Salsman, John M., George Fitchett, Thomas V. Merluzzi, Allen C. Sherman, and Crystal L. Park. 2015. “Religion, Spirituality, and Health Outcomes in Cancer: A Case for a Meta‐Analytic Investigation.” Cancer. 121(21):3754-3759.

Flores, Andrew R. “Attitudes Toward Transgender Rights: Perceived Knowledge and Secondary Interpersonal Contact.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. 3(3):398-416.

Flores, Andrew R., Jody L. Herman, and Christy Mallory. 2015. “Transgender Inclusion in State Non-Discrimination Policies: The Democratic Deficit and Political Powerlessness.” Research & Politics. 2(4):1-8.

Elliott, Oliver. 2016. “The American Press and the Rise of Authoritarianism in South Korea 1945-1954.” The London School of Economics and Political Science. 

McQuarrie, Michael. 2016. “With Unions in Decline, Trump’s Path to the Presidency is Unlikely to Be Through the Rust Belt.“ The London School of Economics and Political Science.

Suhay, Liz. 2016. “Left-Right Disagreement Over Whether People Are ‘Born Gay’ is Both a Cause and Consequence of Polarized Gay Rights Attitudes.” The London School of Economics and Political Science.

Boxell, Levi, Matthew Gentzkow, and Jesse M. Shapiro. 2017. “Greater Internet use is not associated with faster growth in political polarization among US demographic groups.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114(40):10612-10617.

Becker, Amy B., and Maureen E. Todd. 2018. "Watching the Evolution of the American Family? Amazon’s Transparent, Ecological Systems Theory, and the Changing Dynamics of Public Opinion." Journal of Homosexuality. 65(9):1120-1137.

Boussios, Emanuel Gregory. 2018. "The “Resurgent” Youth Voter in the United States." Athens Journal of Social Sciences. 1(4):233-246.

Campbell, James E. 2018. "Explaining Electoral Change in the 2018 US Midterm Elections: The Three Components of Electoral Mandates." The Forum. 16(4):513-529.

Cohen, Jeffrey E. 2018. "From Antisemitism to Philosemitism? Trends in American Attitudes Toward Jews from 1964 to 2016." Religions. 9(4):107.

Cohen, Jeffrey E. 2018. "Generalized Discrimination Perceptions and American Jewish Perception of Antisemitism." Contemporary Jewry. 38(3):405-433.

Goldin, Jacob, and Daniel Reck. 2018. “The Analysis of Survey Data with Framing Effects.” American Statistician. 

Heriot, Gail L., and Peter Kirsanow. 2018. "Dissenting Statement of Commissioners Gail Heriot and Peter Kirsanow in the Report of the US Commission on Civil Rights: Increasing Compliance with Section 7 of the National Voter Registration Act." San Diego Legal Studies Paper. 18(371):1-27.

Kaufman, Aaron Russell. 2018. "An Automated Method to Estimate Survey Question Bias." Harvard University. 1-33.

Mueller, John, and Mark G. Stewart. 2018. “Public Fears and Counterterrorism.” Cato Institute. 24-29.

Robinson, Casey. 2018. "The Impact of Media on US Policy in Korea from 1945-1950: The Portrayal of Syngman Rhee." SNU Journal of International Affairs. 3(1):97-118.

Treisman, Daniel. 2018. "Is Democracy in Danger? A Quick Look at the Data." 1-39.

Tuohy, Carolyn Hughes. 2018. "What's Canadian about Medicare? A Comparative Perspective on Health Policy." Healthcare Policy. 13(4):11.

Wong, Weihuang. 2018. "The American Dream and Support for the Social Safety Net: Evidence from Experiment and Survey Data." SSRN. 1-37.

Ydyrys, S. S., M. E. Munassipova, and M. S. Ydyrys. 2018. "Econometric Analysis on Charity Donations in the USA." 3:36-43.

Baumgartner, Frank R., Christian Breunig, and Emiliano Grossman. 2019. "From Public to Publics." Oxford Scholarship Online. 1-17.

Cervas, Jonathan R., and Bernard Grofman. 2019. "Are Presidential Inversions Inevitable?” Social Science Quarterly. 1-23.

Cheliotis, Leonidas K. 2019. “Neither Dupes, Nor Pipers: Violent Crime, Public Sentiment and the Political Origins of Mass Incarceration in the United States.” Current Issues in Criminal Justice. 

Enns, Peter K., and Jose T. Sanchez Gomez. 2019. "The Polls—Trends Economic Evaluations and Political Change in Chile, 1966 to 2018." Public Opinion Quarterly. 83(3):627-639.

Finnegan, Jared J. 2019. “Low Carbon for the Long Term: Essays on the Comparative Political Economy of Climate Change Policy.” The London School of Economics and Political Science.

Gaskins, Ben, Jason Barabas, and Jennifer Jerit. “The Prevalence and Effects of Survey Respondent Exemplars in Political News Coverage.” International Journal of Press/Politics. 1-30.

Kleck, Gary. 2019. "What do CDC's Surveys Say About the Frequency of Defensive Gun Uses?" SSRN. 1-36.

Merkley, Eric, Dominik Stecula, and Annenberg Public Policy Center. 2019. "Party Cues in the News: Elite Opinion Leadership and Climate Skepticism." 1-25.

Mesch, Gustavo S., and Kent P. Schwirian. 2019. "Vaccination Hesitancy: Fear, Trust, and Exposure Expectancy of an Ebola Outbreak." Heliyon. 5(7).

Phull, Kiran K. 2019. “Polling and the Pursuit of Arab Public Opinion.” The London School of Economics and Political Science.

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Baron, Jonathon, and Stephen Herzog. 2020. "Public Opinion on Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Weapons: The Attitudinal Nexus in the United States." Energy Research & Social Science. 68:1-11.

Bastian, Jacob. 2020. "The Rise of Working Mothers and the 1975 Earned Income Tax Credit." American Economic Journal. 12(3):44-75.

Clinton, Joshua David, et al. 2020. "Trumped by Trump? Public Support for Vote By Mail Voting in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic." Public Support for Vote By Mail Voting in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. 1-43.

Kleck, Gary. 2020. "Deviant Results Regarding the Relative Lethality of Suicide Methods.

Mancini, Christina, and Kristen M. Budd. 2020. "Americans’ Views of Efficacy toward Campus Sexual Assault Reform." Journal of School Violence. 19(3):265-276.

Redbird, Beth, and Kat Albrecht. 2020. "Racial Disparity in Arrests Increased as Crime Rates Declined." Northwestern Institute for Policy Research. 1-20.

Sides, John, Michael Tesler, and Lynn Vavreck. 2020. "Gender Attitudes and American Public Opinion in the Trump Era." University of Kansas Press. 1-20.

Kim, B., Kay, D.L. & Schuldt, J.P. 2021. "Will I have to move because of climate change? Perceived likelihood of weather- or climate-related relocation among the US public." Climatic Change. 165, 9.

Denney, Matthew G. T. 2021. "'To Wage a War: Crime, Race, and State Making in the Age of FDR."

Ringold, Debra Jones. 2021. "Scepticism of food labelling versus food advertising: a replication and extension."

Eagly, Alice H., Christa Nater, David I. Miller, Michèle Kaufmann, and Sabine Sczesny. 2020. "Gender stereotypes have changed: A cross-temporal meta-analysis of US public opinion polls from 1946 to 2018." American Psychologist 75(3):301-315.

Norpoth, Helmut. 2020. "America’s Largest Denomination: None." PS: Political Science & Politics 53(1):39-45.

Norpoth, Helmut. 2020. "Lost in the New Deal Realignment: GI Joe." PS: Political Science & Politics 53(4):646-651.

Brownlee, Jason. 2020. "Cognitive shortcuts and public support for intervention." Journal of Conflict Resolution 64(2-3). 261-289.

Sanaei, A., and A. Hatamzade. 2020 "American Public Opinion Towards Iran: Status and Strategies." Journal Strategic Studies of Public Policy 10(34):298-317.

Fordham, Benjamin O., and Katja B. Kleinberg. 2020. "Too Pacifist in Peace, Too Bellicose in War: Political Information and Foreign Policy Opinion." Journal of Conflict Resolution 64(10): 1828-1856.

Miller, Susan M., and Alexander I. Ruder. 2020. "Holding agencies accountable: Exploring the effect of oversight on citizens’ approval of members of Congress." Journal of Public Policy 40(4):672-693.

Wasem, Ruth Ellen. 2020. "More than a wall: the rise and fall of US asylum and refugee policy." Journal on Migration and Human Security 8(3):246-265.

Reny, Tyler T., and David O. Sears. 2020. "Symbolic politics and self-interest in post-Affordable Care Act health Insurance coverage." Research & Politics 7(3):1-6.

Enns, Peter K., and Julius Lagodny. 2020. "Using Election Forecasts to Understand the Potential Influence of Campaigns, Media, and the Law in US Presidential Elections." University of Miami Law Review 75:509-546.

Yao, Qingjiang, Zhaoxi Liu, and Lowndes F. Stephens. 2020. "Exploring the dynamics in the environmental discourse: the longitudinal interaction among public opinion, presidential opinion, media coverage, policymaking in 3 decades and an integrated model of media effects." Environment Systems and Decisions 40(1):14-28.

Jacobson, Gary C. 2020. "Donald Trump and the parties: Impeachment, pandemic, protest, and electoral politics in 2020." Presidential Studies Quarterly 50(4):762-795.

Leeper, Thomas J. 2020. "Raising the floor or closing the gap? How media choice and media content impact political knowledge." Political Communication 37(5):719-740.

Caughey, Devin, Michael C. Dougal, and Eric Schickler. 2020. "Policy and Performance in the New Deal Realignment: Evidence from old data and new methods." The Journal of Politics 82(2):494-508.

Gillion, Daniel Q., Jonathan M. Ladd, and Marc Meredith. 2020. "Party polarization, ideological sorting and the emergence of the US partisan gender gap." British Journal of Political Science 50(4):1217-1243.

Goidel, Spencer, Paul M. Kellstedt, and Matthew J. Lebo. 2022. "Macropartisanship with Independents." Public Opinion Quarterly.

Cavari, Amnon. 2022. "Trump and Israel: Exploiting a Partisan Divide for Political Gains." Israel Studies 27(1):156-181.

Kricorian, Karin. 2021. "1212. COVID-19 and the Importance of Institutional Trust to Public Health." Open Forum Infectious Diseases 8(1):S696-S696.

Maxey, Sarah. 2021. "Finding the water’s edge: when negative partisanship influences foreign policy attitudes." International Politics 1-25.

Clinton, Joshua D., John Lapinski, Sarah Lentz, and Stephen Pettigrew. 2021. "Trumped by Trump? Public Support for Mail Voting in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic." Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy.

Silverman, Daniel, Daniel Kent, and Christopher Gelpi. 2021. "Putting Terror in Its Place: An Experiment on Mitigating Fears of Terrorism among the American Public." Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Brady, David W., John A. Ferejohn, and Brett Parker. 2022. "Cognitive Political Economy: A Growing Partisan Divide in Economic Perceptions." American Politics Research 50(1):3-16.

Holman, Mirya R., and Nathan P. Kalmoe. 2021. "Partisanship in the# MeToo era" Perspectives on Politics 1-18.

Allison, Rachel, Chris Knoester, and B. David Ridpath. 2021. "Public Opinions About Paying College Athletes and Athletes Protesting During the National Anthem: A Focus on Race/ethnicity and Political Identities." Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 1-23.

Baggetta, Matthew, and Daniel J. Myers. 2021. "Interpreting Unrest: How Violence changes Public Opinions about Social Movements." Social Movement Studies 1-24.

Moss, Sherry E., Stacey R. Kessler, Mark J. Martinko, and Jeremy D. Mackey. 2021. "The Relationship Between Follower Affect for President Trump and the Adoption of COVID-19 Personal Protective Behaviors." Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 1-12.

Ribar, David T. 2021. "Pressure for War: When Constituents' Concerns over America's Prestige Drive Presidents' Foreign Policy." Presidential Studies Quarterly 51(2):357-384.

Nicklas, Timothy J. 2021. "How Personally Relevant Cases of COVID-19 Influence Individuals’ Level of Concern towards the Virus." Penn Journal of Philosophy, Politics & Economics 16(1):67-81.

Henning, Silber, Allyson L. Holbrook, Timothy P. Johnson, 2022. "The Role of Public Opinion Research in the Democratic Process: Insights from Politicians, Journalists, and the General Public."