ANES in the News

Updated: July 11, 2018

Abrams, S.J. 2018. “Multi-generational households may cure political apathy: Bringing people of different generations together in close and intimate settings has the potential to spur real civic engagement.” in Newsday. Long Island, NY.

Bailey, Ronald 2018. “Authoritarians to the Left and Right.” Reason, January 2018.

Blyer, David 2018. “The Republican Party in the Age of Trump.” The Weekly Standard, February 16, 2018.

Edsall, Thomas B. 2018. “Why Is It So Hard for Democracy to Deal With Inequality?” in New York Times (online). New York, NY.

Enders, Adam and Jamil S. Scott. 2018. “White racial resentment has been gaining political power for decades.” in The Washington Post Online.

Enten, Harry. 2018. “2018 may have the largest gender gap on record.” in CNN.

Enten, Harry. 2018. “Do Republicans Really Have A Big Turnout Advantage In Midterms?” in FiveThirtyEight. Online: ABC News.

Goldberg, Zach. 2018. “Serwer Error: Misunderstanding Trump Voters.” Quillette.

Hayes, Danny. 2018. “White voters are moving to the South — and making it more Democratic.” in The Washington Post.

Ingraham, Christopher. 2018. “Racial resentment is the biggest predictor of immigration attitudes, study finds.” in The Washington Post Online.

Jilani, Zaid. 2018. “A new Study Shows How American Polarization is Driven by a Team Sport Mentality, Not by Disagreement on Issues.” vol. 2018: The Intercept.

Jordan, Jason. 2018. “Americans are getting smarter about politics in at least one important way.” in Washington Post Blogs.

Kowalski, Jacob. 2018. “Concerns over white victimhood are largely unimportant.” in University Wire. Carlsbad.

Lavine, Howard and Wendy Rahn. 2018. “What if Trump’s Nativism Actually Hurts Him?” in The New York Times. New York.

Levitz, Eric 2018. “New Study: Trump’s Immigration Agenda May Have Hurt Him in 2016.” New York Magazine, July 3, 2018.

McElwee, Sean. 2018. “No, Gun Owners Aren’t More Politically Organized: The myth that pro-gun America is simply more passionate about the issue isn’t supported by the data.” in The Outline,

McElwee, Sean. 2018. “The Rising Racial Liberalism of Democratic Voters.” in The New York Times. New York

McElwee, Sean 2018. “Sick People Want Government Healthcare, but They’re Not Voting.” Vice, May 9, 2018.

McElwee, Sean 2018. “Young Women of Color Are Running to Win.” The Nation, June 19, 2018.

Mueller, John D. 2018. “The Trump tax reform won’t match the Reagan ones.” in The Examiner. Washington D.C.

Sargent, Greg. 2018. “This new study suggests Trump’s racism might actually hurt him.” in The Washington Post Online.

Scott, Eugene. 2018. “How ‘Roseanne’ reinforces a myth about Trump supporters.” in The Washington Post Online.

Smith, Heather 2018. “Climate Deniers Are More Likely to Be Racist. Why?” Sierra, June 18, 2018.

Taranto, James. 2018. “Moderate Voters, Polarized Parties; The author of ‘Unstable Majorities’ argues that if the electorate seems fickle, it’s because the politicians are too ideological.” in Wall Street Journal Online. New York, NY.

Taranto, James. 2018. “The Weekend Interview with Morris P. Fiorina: Moderate Voters, Polarized Parties.” in Wall Street Journal. New York, NY.

Adams, Becket. 2017. “This Washington Post article on racism and Trump supporters is hot trash.” in The Examiner. Washington DC.

Badger, Emily and Niraj Chokshi. 2017. “How We Became Bitter Political Enemies.” in The New York Times. New York, NY.

Barnett, Ned. 2017. “The media got it wrong: White working-class voters were not the reason Trump won.” in The Telegraph. Georgia.

Blumberg, Antonia. 2017. “New Analysis Finds Clinton, Not Trump, Narrowly Won The Catholic Vote In 2016.” in The Huffington Post.

Bromwich, Jonah Engel. 2017. “Social Media Is Not Contributing Significantly to Political Polarization, Paper Says.” in The New York Times Online. New York, NY.

Bromwich, Jonah Engel. 2017. “Social media is not the reason America is so mad, paper says.” Pp. A12 in The Toronto Star.

Bromwich, Jonah Engel. 2017. “Social media’s polarization tie questioned; Researchers: Older Americans wall off more politically.” Pp. A23 in Dayton Daily News. Ohio.

Bump, Philip. 2017. “When ‘Democrat’ is a worse slur than ‘alleged sexual miscreant’.” in The Washington Post.

Byler, David. 2017. “Could Someone Like John Edwards Have Saved the Democrats?”: Real Clear Politics.

Campbell, James E. 2017. “The source of America’s political polarization? It’s us.” in Los Angeles Times.

Chira, Susan. 2017. “Is This How a Woman Could Win?” in The New York Times. New York, NY.

Clement, Scott. 2017. “Hard-working taxpayers don’t support big cuts to food stamps, it turns out: The public and workers are more supportive of cutting welfare, especially Republicans.” in The Washington Post Blog.

Dubenko, Anna. 2017. “Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn’t Miss.” in The New York Times. New York, NY.

Economist, The 2017. “A Special Report: The power of groupthink; Trump’s America.” The Economist, July 1, 2017.

Editors, Reader’s Digest 2017. “This Infographic Reveals Who You Really Trust.” Reader’s Digest, November 8, 2017.

Edsall, Thomas B. 2017. “Has the Democratic Party Gotten Too Rich for Its Own Good?” in The New York Times. New York, NY.

FiveThirtyEight. 2017. “Is Trump’s Response To Charlottesville Really About Politics?” in FiveThirtyEight.

Gettys, Travis. 2017. “Studies confirm: Trump voters were motivated by racial prejudice — not ‘economic anxiety’.” RawStory.

Hasan, Mehdi. 2017. “Top Democrats Are Wrong: Trump Supporters Were More Motivated by Racism Than Economic Issues.” in The Intercept.

Hui, Mary. 2017. “Leaning authoritarian today? It might be the movie you just watched, new research says.” in The Washington Post.

Joslyn, Mark. 2017. “Gun ownership used to be bipartisan. Not anymore.” in The Washington Post Blog.

Kalkan, Kerem Ozan. 2017. “Muslims are the least popular religious group in the U.S. They’re disliked even more than atheists.” in Monkey Cage: The Washington Post.

Kennedy, Liz. 2017. “Drain the Swamp.” in Democracy and Government: Center for American Progress.

Kenworthy, Lane. 2017. “Do Election Outcomes Matter?”: Economist’s View Blog.

Klein, Ezra. 2017. “Why did the 2016 election look so much like the 2012 election?” in Vox Online.

Klinkner, Philip. 2017. “Anti-immigrant views helped Trump win. Will they also cause his undoing?” in Chicago Tribune Online. Chicago, IL: Tribune Interactive, LLC.

Klinkner, Philip. 2017. “The undoing of Trump?” Pp. 11 in Los Angeles Times.

LeTourneau, Nancy 2017. “Quick Takes: The Bannon/Kushner Media War.” Washington Monthly, April 6, 2017.

Lewis, Verlan. 2017. “Why presidential candidates (like Trump) campaign as isolationists but (like Trump) govern as hawks.” in Washington Post Online.

Lubrano, Alfred. 2017. “People are happiest if they live near – but not too close – to the poor.” in Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia Media Network.

Marx, Anthony and Jamie Woodson. 2017. “Group studying how to restore trust in democracy.” in Pensacola News Journal. Pensacola, FL.

Marx, Anthony and Jamie Woodson. 2017. “We’re studying how to restore trust in U.S. democracy. Stay tuned.” in USA Today.

Mcelwee, Sean and Jason McDaniel 2017. “Economic Anxiety Didn’t Make People Vote Trump, Racism Did: New data provide a compelling answer to this vexing question.” The Nation.

Milbank, Dana. 2017. “There’s no such thing as a Trump Democrat.” Pp. A7 in The New York Times. New York, NY.

Milbank, Dana. 2017. “Trump Democrat a fairy tale.” Pp. A5 in The Alamogordo Daily News (New Mexico). Farmington, NM.

Morris, G. Shane. 2017. “Thin-Air Goodbyes: Politics Is America’s New Religion.” Break Point.

Motta, Matt. 2017. “Are ‘gay’ and ‘homosexual’ the same? Here’s what we found.: Words that appear synonymous can have very different political implications.” in The Washington Post Blog.


Norris, Pippa. 2017. “Young and old are voting very differently in the U.K. and U.S. That’s a big deal.: The voting divide between young and old is becoming as significant as those based on race and class.” in Washington Post Blog.

Porter, Eduardo. 2017. “How Dysfunction Threatens U.S. Democracy.” in The New York Times. New York, NY.

Porter, Eduardo. 2017. “A Threat to U.S. Democracy: Political Dysfunction.” in The New York Times. New York, NY.

Powers, Benjamin 2017. “Is Democracy All It’s Cut Out to Be?” Paste.

Sides, John. 2017. “Resentful white people propelled Trump to the White House — and he is rewarding their loyalty.” in Washington Post Blog.

Staff, Ben Rosen. 2017. “Tim Allen, conservatives in Hollywood, and Nazi Germany; The comedian is one of a number of conservatives in Hollywood to attest to a climate that oppresses and punishes their views. The comparison to the Third Reich is anything but apt, historians say – but the industry’s relationship with politics is a complicated one.” in The Christian Science Monitor.

Staff, Ben Rosen. 2017. “Why Republicans and Democrats see two different things in an inauguration photo; A new survey found one in seven Trump voters chose the wrong answer when asked which picture, President Trump or Obama’s inauguration ceremonies, had a larger crowd.” in The Christian Science Monitor.

Tures, John. 2017. “Political Moderates Are a Dying Breed.” in Savannah Morning News. Savannah, GA.

Vavreck, Lynn. 2017. “The Political Payoff of Depicting White Identity as Under Siege.” Pp. A17 in The New York Times. New York, NY.

Vavreck, Lynn. 2017. “The Political Payoff of Making Whites Feel Like a Minority.” in New York Times Online: New York Times Company.

Vavreck, Lynn. 2017. “The Ways That the 2016 Election Was Perfectly Normal.” in The New York Times Online: New York Times Company.

Vavreck, Lynn. 2017. “Wedded to Your Party? A Measure of Identity.” Pp. 3 in The New York Times. New York, NY.

Waltham. 2017. “The Supreme Court upheld portions of President Trump’s travel ban on Monday; Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election took some of the nation.” in The Charlie Rose Show.

Wattenberg, Mark. 2017. “Republicans like Pence better than Trump. That’s unprecedented.” in The Washington Post Blog.

Weller, Chris. 2017. “Facebook and Twitter don’t polarize people’s political views, new study finds.” vol. 2017: Business Insider.

Wilson, Jason. 2017. “Mark Levin: the man who started the baseless Obama wiretap rumor; One of the most energetic and successful rightwing talk radio hosts has been on the attack despite the slim basis for his claims – and Donald Trump is listening.” in The Guardian. London.

Writer, Staff. 2017. “Studies Confirm Trump Voters Were NOT Motivated By “Economic Anxiety”, Can You Guess Why They Voted Trump?”:

Zeiger. 2017. “The End of White Guilt.” The Daily Stormer.