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Abelson, Donald E. and Christine M. Carberry. 1997. "Policy Experts in Presidential Campaigns: A Model of Think Tank Recruitment." Presidential Studies Quarterly 27:679-97.

Abelson, Robert P., Donald R. Kinder, Mark D. Peters, and Susan T. Fiske. 1982. "Affective and Semantic Components in Political Person Perception." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 42:619-30.

Aberbach, Joel D. 1969. "Alienation and Political Behavior." American Political Science Review 63:86-99.

Abrajano, Marisa A. and R. Michael Alvarez. 2010. "Assessing the Causes and Effects of Political Trust Among US Latinos." American Politics Research 38:110-41.

Abramowitz, Alan I. 1980. "A Comparison of Voting for U.S. Senator and Representative in 1978." American Political Science Review 74:633-50.

—. 1981. "Choices and Echoes in the 1978 U.S. Senate Elections: A Research Note." American Journal of Political Science 25:112-8.

—. 1984. "National Issues, Strategic Politicians, and Voting Behavior in the 1980 and 1982 Congressional Elections." American Journal of Political Science 28:710-21.

—. 1985. "Economic Conditions, Presidential Popularity, and Voting Behavior in Midterm Congressional Elections." Journal of Politics 47:31-43.

—. 1987. "Candidate Choice Before the Convention: The Democrats in 1984." Political Behavior 9:49-61.

—. 1994. "Issue Evolution Reconsidered: Racial Attitudes and Partisanship in the U.S. Electorate." American Journal of Political Science 38:1-24.

—. 1995. "The End of the Democratic Era? 1994 and the Future of Congressional Election Research." Political Research Quarterly 48:873-89.

—. 1995. "It's Abortion, Stupid: Policy Voting in the 1992 Presidential Election." The Journal of Politics 57:176-86.

—. 2001. "It's Monica, Stupid: The Impeachment Controversy and the 1996 Midterm Election." Legislative Studies Quarterly 26:211-26.

—. 2010. "Transformation and Polarization: The 2008 Presidential Election and the New American Electorate." Electoral Studies 29:594-603.

Abramowitz, Alan I., Albert D. Cover, and Helmut Norpoth. 1986. "The President's Party in Midterm Elections: Going From Bad to Worse." American Journal of Political Science 30:562-76.

Abramowitz, Alan I., David J. Lanoue, and Subha Ramesh. 1988. "Economic Conditions, Causal Attributions and Political Evaluations in the 1984 Presidential Election." Journal of Politics 50:848-63.

Abramowitz, Alan I. and Kyle Saunders. 2005. "Why Can't We All Just Get Along? The reality of a polarized America." Forum 3.

—. 2006. "Exploring the Bases of Partisanship in the American Electorate: Social Identity vs. Ideology." Political Research Quarterly 59:175.

Abramowitz, Alan I. and Kyle L. Saunders. 1998. "Ideological Realignment in the U.S. Electorate." The Journal of Politics 60:634-52.

Abramowitz, Alan I. and Jeffrey A. Segal. 1990. "Beyond Willie Horton and the Pledge of Allegiance: National Issues in the 1988 Elections." Legislative Studies Quarterly 15:565-580.

Abrams, Herbert L. and Richard A. Brody. 1998. "Bob Dole's Age and Health in the 1996 Election: Did the Media Let Us Down?" Political Science Quarterly 113:471-91.

Abramson, Paul R. 1972. "Political Efficacy and Political Trust among Black Schoolchildren: Two Explanations." Journal of Politics 34:1243-75.

—. 1974. "The Democratic Party in Search of Whites." New Society 30:138-39.

—. 1974. "Generational Change in American Electoral Behavior." American Political Science Review 68:93-105.

—. 1976. "Generational Change and the Decline of Party Identification in America, 1952-1974." American Political Science Review 70:469-78.

—. 1978. "Class Voting in the 1976 Presidential Election." Journal of Politics 40:1066-72.

—. 1978. "Generational Replacement and Partisan Dealignment in Britain and the United States." British Journal of Political Science 8:505-9.

—. 1979. "Developing Party Identification: A Further Examination of Life-Cycle, Generational, and Period Effects." American Journal of Political Science 23:78-96.

—. 1984. "Nonvoters and the Future." Society 21:11-14.

—. 1987. "Measuring the Southern Contribution to the Democratic Coalition." The American Political Science Review 81:567-70.

—. 1990. "The Decline of Over-Time Comparability in the National Election Studies." Public Opinion Quarterly 54:177-90.

Abramson, Paul R. and John H. Aldrich. 1984. "Communications: Reply to Hill and Cassel." American Political Science Review 78:792-94.

Abramson, Paul R., John H. Aldrich, André Blais, Matthew Diamond, Abraham Diskin, Indridi H. Indridason, Daniel J. Lee, and Renan Levine. 2010. "Comparing strategic voting under FPTP and PR." Comparative Political Studies 43:61-90.

Abramson, Paul R., John H. Aldrich, Matthew Diamond, Abraham Diskin, Renan Levine, and Thomas J. Scotto. 2004. "Strategic Abandonment or Sincerely Second Best? The 1999 Israeli Prime Ministerial Election." Journal of Politics 66:706.

Abramson, Paul R., John H. Aldrich, Philip Paolino, and David W. Rohde. 1992. "'Sophisticated' Voting in the 1988 Presidential Primaries." American Political Science Review 86:55-69.

—. 1995. "Third-Party and Independent Candidates: Wallace, Anderson, and Perot." Political Science Quarterly 110:349-67.

—. 2000. "Challenges to the American Two-Party System: Evidence from the 1968, 1980, 1992, and 1996 Presidential Elections." Political Research Quarterly 53:495-522.

Abramson, Paul R. and John H. Aldrich. 1982. "The Decline of Electoral Participation in America." American Political Science Review 76:502-21.

Abramson, Paul R. and William Claggett. 1984. "Race-Related Differences in Self-Reported and Validated Turnout." Journal of Politics 46:719-38.

—. 1991. "Racial Differences in Self-Reported and Validated Turnout in the 1988 Presidential Election." Journal of Politics 53:186-97.

—. 1992. "The Quality of Record Keeping and Racial Differences in Validated Turnout." Journal of Politics 54:871-880.

Abramson, Paul R. and Ada W. Finifter. 1975. "City Size and Feelings of Political Competence." Public Opinion Quarterly 39:189-98.

—. 1981. "On the Meaning of Political Trust: New Evidence from Items Introduced in 1978." American Journal of Political Science 25:297-307.

Abramson, Paul R. and Jr. Ostrom, Charles W. 1991. "Macropartisanship: An Empirical Reassessment." American Political Science Review 85:181-92.

—. 1992. "Question Wording and Macropartisanship Response." American Political Science Review 86:475-86.

—. 1994. "Question Wording and Partisanship: Change and Continuity in Party Loyalties During the 1992 Election Campaign." Public Opinion Quarterly 58:21-48.

Abramson, Paul R., Brian D. Silver, and Barbara A. Anderson. 1987. "The Effects of Question Order in Attitude Surveys: The Case of the SRC/CPS Citizen Duty Items." American Journal of Political Science 31:900-8.

Abramson, Paul R. Norman H. Nie, Sidney Verba, John Petrocik, Eric R. A. N.Smith, M. Kent Jennings, Richard M. Merelman, John R. Alford, John R. Hibbing, RichardBorn, Richards J. Heuer, Jr., Harry Howe Ransom, Roger D. Spegele, Gary D. Allinson andMichael J. Malbin. 1981. "Communications." American Political Science Review 75:146-65.

Abravanel, Martin D. and Ronald J. Busch. 1975. "Political Competence, Political Trust, and the Action Orientation of University Students." Journal of Politics 37:57-82.

Achen, Christopher H. 1975. "Mass Political Attitudes and the Survey Response." American Political Science Review 69:1218-31.

—. 1977. "Measuring Representation: Perils of the Correlation Coefficient." American Journal of Political Science 21:805-15.

—. 1978. "Measuring Representation." American Journal of Political Science 22:475-510.

Acock, Alan C., Harold D. Clarke, and Marianne C. Stewart. 1985. "A New Model for Old Measures: A Covariance Structure Analysis of Political Efficacy." The Journal of Politics 47:1062-84.

Adams, James, Benjamin G. Bishin, and Jay K. Dow. 2004. "Representation in Congressional Campaigns: Evidence for Discounting/Directional Voting in U.S. Senate Elections." Journal of Politics 66:348.

Adams, James and III Merrill, Samuel. 2003. "Voter Turnout and Candidate Strategies in American Elections." The Journal of Politics 65:161.

—. 2005. "Candidates' policy platforms and election outcomes: The three faces of policy representation." European Journal of Political Research 44:899.

Aday, Sean 2010. "Leading the Charge: Media, Elites, and the Use of Emotion in Stimulating Rally Effects in Wartime." Journal of Communication 60:440-465.

Agnello Jr., Thomas J. 1973. "Aging and the Sense of Political Powerlessness." Public Opinion Quarterly 37:251-9.

Ahuja, Sunil. 1994. "Electoral Status and Representation in the United States Senate: Does Temporal Proximity to Election Matter?" American Politics Quarterly 22:104-18.

Aistrup, Joseph A. 2010. "Southern Political Exceptionalism? Presidential Voting in the South and Non-South." Social Science Quarterly 91:906–927.

Albright, Jeremy J. 2009. "Does Political Knowledge Erode Party Attachments?: A Review of the Cognitive Mobilization Thesis." Electoral Studies 28:248-260.

Albritton, M. David, Sharon L. Oswald, and Joseph S. Anderson. 2008. "Leadership quality and follower affect: A study of U.S. presidential candidates." Journal of Leadership Studies 1:6-22.

Aldashev, Gani. 2010. "Political Information Acquisition for Social Exchange." Quarterly Journal of Political Science 5:1-25.

Aldrich, John H. 1976. "Some Problems in Testing Two Rational Models of Participation." American Journal of Political Science 20:713-33.

—. 1999. "Political Parties in a Critical Era." American Politics Quarterly 27:9-32.

Aldrich, John H. and R. Michael Alvarez. 1994. "Issues and the Presidential Primary Voter." Political Behavior 16:289-318.

Aldrich, John H. and Charles F. Cnudde. 1975. "Probing the Bounds of Conventional Wisdom: A Comparison of Regression, Probit, and Discriminant Analysis." American Journal of Political Science 19:571-608.

Aldrich, John H. and Richard D. McKelvey. 1977. "A Method of Scaling with Applications to the 1968 and 1972 Presidential Elections." American Political Science Review 71:111-30.

Aldrich, John H., Richard G. Niemi, George B. Rabinowitz, and David W. Rohde. 1982. "The Measurement of Public Opinion about Public Policy: A Report on Some New Issue Question Formats." American Journal of Political Science 26:391-414.

Aldrich, John H., John L. Sullivan, and Eugene Borgida. 1989. "Foreign Affairs and Issue Voting: Do Presidential Candidates 'Waltz Before a Blind Audience'?" American Political Science Review 83:123-41.

Allen, Neal and Brian J. Brox. 2005. "The Roots of Third Party Voting: The 2000 Nader Campaign in Historical Perspective." Party Politics 11:623-37.

Allsop, Dee and Herbert F. Weisberg. 1988. "Measuring Change in Party Identification in an Election Campaign." American Journal of Political Science 32:996-1017.

Althaus, Scott L. 1998. "Information Effects in Collective Preferences." American Political Science Review 92:545-58.

Alvarez, R. Michael. 1990. "The Puzzle of Party Identification: Dimensionality of an Important Concept." American Politics Quarterly 8:476-491.

—. 1993. "Policy Moderation or Conflicting Expectations? Testing the Intentional Models of Split-Ticket Voting." American Politics Quarterly 21:410-438.

Alvarez, R. Michael and Lisa Garcia Bedolla. 2003. "The Foundations of Latino Voter Partisanship: Evidence from the 2000 Election." The Journal of Politics 65:31.

Alvarez, R. Michael and Jonathan Nagler. 1995. "Economics, Issues and the Perot Candidacy: Voter Choice in the 1992 Presidential Elections." American Journal of Political Science 39:714-44.

—. 1998. "Economics, Entitlements, and Social Issues: Voter Choice in the 1996 Presidential Election." American Journal of Political Science 42:1349-63.

Alvarez-Gonzalez, Jose Julian. 1999. "Law, Language and Statehood: The Role of English in the Great State of Puerto Rico." Law and Inequality 17:359.

Alwin, Duane F. 1998. "The Political Impact of the Baby Boom: Are There Persistent Generational Differences in Political Beliefs and Behavior?" Generations 22:46-54.

Alwin, Duane F. and Jon A. Krosnick. 1991. "Aging, Cohorts, and the Stability of Socio political Orientations over the Life Span." American Journal of Sociology 97:169-95.

An, Soontae, Hyun Seung Jin, and Michael Pfau. 2006. "The effects of issue advocacy advertising on [US] voters' candidate issue knowledge and turnout." Journalism of Mass Communication Quarterly 83:7-24.

Analytica, Oxford. 2004. "United States: Political Polarisation a Myth." Oxford Research.

Anand, Sowmya and Jon A. Krosnick. 2003. "The Impact of Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy Goals on Public Preferences Among Presidential Candidates: A Study of Issue Publics and the Attentive Public in the 2000 U.S." Presidential Studies Quarterly 33:31.

Andersen, Kristi. 1975. "Working Women and Political Participation, 1952-1972." American Journal of Political Science 19:439-53.

—. 1999. "The Gender Gap and Experiences with the Welfare State." PS: Political Science and Politics 32:17-9.

Andersen, Kristi and Elizabeth Adell Cook. 1985. "Women, Work and Political Attitudes." American Journal of Political Science 29:606-25.

Andersen, Robert and Anthony Heath. 2003. "Social Identities and Political Cleavages: the Role of Political Context." Journal Of The Royal Statistical Society Series A 166:301-27.

Anderson, Barbara A. and Brian D. Silver. 1986. "Measurement and Mismeasurement of the Validity of the Self-Reported Vote." American Journal of Political Science 30:771-85.

Anderson, Barbara A., Brian D. Silver, and Paul R. Abramson. 1988. "The Effects of Race of the Interviewer on Measures of Electoral Participation by Blacks in SRC National Election Studies." Public Opinion Quarterly 52:53-83.

—. 1988. "The Effects of the Race of the Interviewer on Race-Related Attitudes of Black Respondents in SRC/CPS National Election Studies." Public Opinion Quarterly 52:289-324.

Anderson, Christopher J. and Andrew J. LoTempio. 2002. "Winning, Losing and Political Trust in America." British Journal of Political Science 32:335-51.

Anderson, Carolyn J., Jay Verkuilen, and Buddy L. Peyton. 2010. "Modeling Polytomous Item Responses Using Simultaneously Estimated Multinomial Logistic Regression Models." Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 35:422-452.

Anonymous. 1996. "NSF sponsorship of National Election Studies featured on Capitol Hill." PS: Political Science and Politics 29:563-4.

—. 2000. "Sources of Voting Data." Population Today 28.

—. 2002. "Fading Dreams." Free Inquiry 22:27.

—. 2011. "Mass Communication and Society; New Mass Communication and Society Findings from Washington State University Described."

Ansolabehere, Stephen. 2010. "Race, region, and vote choice in the 2008 election: implications for the future of the Voting Rights Act." Harvard Law Review 123:1385-1436.

Ansolabehere, Stephen and B.F. Schaffner. 2010. "Residential Mobility, Family Structure, and the Cell-Only Population." Public Opinion Quarterly 74:244-59.

Ansolabehere, Stephen D., Shanto Iyengar, and Adam Simon. 1999. "Replicating Experiments Using Aggregate and Survey Data: The Case of Negative Advertising and Turnout." The American Political Science Review 93:901-9.

Ansolabehere, Stephen D. and Jr. Snyder, James M. 2004. "Symposium: The Law of Democracy: Redistricting: Case Law and Consequences: Reapportionment and Party Realignment in the American States." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 153:433.

Apparala, Malathi L., Alan Reifman, and Joyce Munsch. 2003. "Cross-national comparison of attitudes toward fathers' and mothers' participation in household tasks and childcare." Sex Roles 48:189.

Arceneaux, Kevin. 2003. "The Conditional Impact of Blame Attribution on the Relationship Between Economic Adversity and Turnout." Political Research Quarterly 56:67-75.

—. 2010. "The Benefits of Experimental Methods for the Study of Campaign Effects." Political Communication 27:199 - 215.

Arnold, Laura W. and Herbert F. Weisberg. 1996. "Parenthood, Family Values, and the 1992 Presidential Election." American Politics Quarterly 24:194-220.

Ashenfelter, Orley and Jr. Kelley, Stanley. 1975. "Determinants of Participation in Presidential Elections." The Journal of Law and Economics 18:695-733.

Asher, Herbert B. 1974. "The Reliability of the Political Efficacy Items." Political Methodology 1:45-72.

—. 1974. "Some Consequences of Measurement Error in Survey Data." American Journal of Political Science 18:469-85.

Aspin, Larry T. 1987. "Political Trust and Judicial Retention Elections." Law and Policy 9:451-470.

Atkeson, Lonna Rae. 1993. "Moving Toward Unity: Attitudes in the Nomination and General Election Stages of a Presidential Campaign." American Politics Quarterly 21:272-89.

—. 1999. ""Sure, I voted for the winner!" Overreport of the primary vote for the party nominee in the National Election Studies." Political Behavior 21:197-215.

—. 2003. "Not All Cues Are Created Equal: The Conditional Impact of Female Candidates on Political Engagement." The Journal of Politics 65:1040.

Atkeson, Lonna Rae and Randall W. Partin. 1995. "Economic and Referendum Voting: A Comparison of Gubernatorial and Senatorial Elections." American Political Science Review 89:99-107.

—. 1998. "Economic and Referendum Voting and the Problem of Data Choice: A Reply." American Journal of Political Science 42:1003-7.

Atkeson, Lonna Rae and Ronald B. Rapoport. 2003. "The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same: Examining Gender Differences in Political Attitude Expression, 1952-2000." Public Opinion Quarterly 67:495-521.

Austin, E.W. and Steven J. Rosenstone. 1995. "American National Election Studies on CD-ROM." PS: Political Science and Politics 28:533-4.

Axelrod, Robert. 1972. "Where the Votes Come From: An Analysis of Electoral Coalitions." American Political Science Review 66:11-20.

—. 1982. "Letter to the Editor." American Political Science Review June:393-96.

—. 1986. "Presidential Election Coalitions in 1984." American Political Science Review 80:281-84.

Baek, Young Min and Jocelyn Landau. 2011. "White Concern About Black Favoritism in a Biracial Presidential Election." American Politics Research.

Baggette, Jennifer, Robert Y. Shapiro, and Lawrence R. Jacobs. 1995. "Poll Trends: Social Security - An Update." Public Opinion Quarterly 59:420-42.

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

Bailey, Stanley R. 2004. "Group Dominance and the Myth of Racial Democracy: Antiracism Attitudes in Brazil." American Sociological Review 69:728-747.

Banducci, Susan A. and Jeffrey A. Karp. 2003. "How Elections Change the Way Citizens View the Political System: Campaigns, Media Effects and Electoral Outcomes in Comparative Perspective." British Journal of Political Science 33:443-467.

Barker, David Christopher. 1998. "Rush to action: Political talk radio and health care (un)reform." Political Communication 15:83-97.

—. 1999. "Rushed decisions: Political talk radio and vote choice, 1994-1996." Journal of Politics 31:527-39.

Barker, David Christopher and Christopher Carman. 2000. "The spirit of capitalism? Religious doctrine, values, and economic attitude constructs." Political Behavior 22:1-27.

Barker, David C. and Susan B. Hansen. 2005. "All Things Considered: Systematic Cognitive Processing and Electoral Decision-making." Journal of Politics 67:319-44.

Barker, David C. and James D. Tinnick, III. 2006. "Competing Visions of Parental Roles and Ideological Constraint." American Political Science Review 100:249-63.

Barnes, Samuel H., M. Kent Jennings, Ronald Inglehart, and Barbara G. Farah. 1988. "Party Identification and Party Closeness in Comparative Perspective." Political Behavior 10:215-231.

Barnum, David G. 1985. "The Supreme Court and Public Opinion: Judicial Decision Making in the Post- New Deal Period." The Journal of Politics 47:652-66.

Barreto, Matt A. and Francisco A. Pedraza. 2009. "The renewal and persistence of group identification in American politics." Electoral Studies 28:595-605.

Barrilleaux, Charles J., Thomas M. Holbrook, and Laura Langer. 2002. "Electoral Competition, Legislative Balance, and American State Welfare Policy." American Journal of Political Science 46:415-27.

Bartels, Larry M. 1985. "Alternate Misspecifications in Simultaneous-Equation Models." Political Methodology 11:181-99.

—. 1985. "Expectations and Preferences in Presidential Nominating Campaigns." American Political Science Review 79:804-15.

—. 1986. "Issue Voting Under Uncertainty: An Empirical Test." American Journal of Political Science 30:709-28.

—. 1987. "Candidate Choice and the Dynamics of the Presidential Nominating Process." American Journal of Political Science 31:1-31.

—. 1991. "Constituency Opinion and Congressional Policy Making: The Reagan Defense Build-Up." American Political Science Review 85:457-74.

—. 1994. "The American Public's Defense Spending Preferences in the Post-Cold War Era." Public Opinion Quarterly 58:479-508.

—. 1996. "Pooling Disparate Observations." American Journal of Political Science 40:905-42.

—. 1996. "Uninformed Voters: Information Effects in Presidential Elections." American Journal of Political Science 40:194-230.

—. 1999. "Panel Effects in the American National Election Studies." Political Analysis 8:1-20.

—. 2000. "Partisanship and Voting Behavior, 1952-1996." American Journal of Political Science 44:35-50.

—. 2002. "Question Order and Declining Faith in Elections." Public Opinion Quarterly 66:67-79.

—. 2003. "Is "popular rule" possible?; Polls, political psychology, and democracy." The Brookings Review 21:12.

—. 2004. "Unenlightened Self-Interest." The American Prospect 15:A17-9.

Bartels, Larry M. and John Zaller. 2001. "Presidential Vote Models: A Recount." PS: Political Science and Politics.

Basinger, Scott and Howard Lavine. 2005. "Ambivalence, Information, and Electoral Choice." American Political Science Review 99:169-84.

Baum, Matthew and Angela S. Jamison. 2006. "The Oprah effect: how soft news helps inattentive [US] citizens vote consistently." Journal of Politics 68:946-959.

Baum, Matthew A. 2002. "Sex, Lies, and War: How Soft News Brings Foreign Policy to the Inattentive Public." The American Political Science Review 96.

—. 2004. "Circling the Wagons: Soft News and Isolationism in American Public Opinion." International Studies Quarterly 48:313-38.

—. 2005. "Talking the Vote: Why Presidential Candidates Hit the Talk Show Circuit." American Journal of Political Science 49:213.

Baum, Matthew A. and Samuel H. Kernell. 1999. "Has cable ended the golden age of presidential television?" The American Political Science Review 93:99-114.

Baumer, Donald C. 1995. "Party Images and the American Electorate." American Politics Quarterly 23:33-61.

Baumgartner, Frank R. and Jack L. Walker. 1988. "Survey Research and Membership in Voluntary Organizations." American Journal of Political Science 32:908-28.

Bean, Clive S. and Martin P. Wattenberg. 1998. "Attitudes Towards Divided Government and Ticket-Splitting in Australia and the United States." Australian Journal of Political Science 33:25-36.

Beasley, Ryan K. and Mark R. Joslyn. 2001. "Cognitive Dissonance and Post-decision Attitude Change in Six Presidential Elections." Political Psychology 22:521-40.

Beck, Nathaniel and John C. Pierce. 1977. "Political Involvement and Party Allegiances in Canada and the United States." International Journal of Comparative Sociology 18:23-43.

Beck, Paul Allen. 1974. "Environment and Party: The Impact of Political and Demographic County Characteristics on Party Behavior." American Political Science Review 68:1229-44.

—. 1975. "Models for Analyzing Panel Data: A Comparative Review." Political Methodology 2:357-80.

—. 1977. "Partisan Dealignment in the Postwar South." American Political Science Review 71:477-96.

—. 1979. "The Electoral Cycle and Patterns of American Politics." British Journal of Political Science 9:129-56.

—. 1984. "Communications: Updating Political Periods and Political Participation." American Political Science Review 78:198-201.

Beck, Paul Allen and M. Kent Jennings. 1979. "Political Periods and Political Participation." American Political Science Review 73:739-50.

Belli, Robert F., Sean E. Moore, and John VanHoewyk. 2006. "An Experimental Comparison of Question Forms Used to Reduce Vote Overreporting." Electoral Studies 25:751-59.

Belli, Robert F., Michael W. Traugott, and Matthew N. Beckmann. 2001. "What Leads to Voting Overreports? Contrasts of Overreporters to Validated Voters and Admitted Nonvoters in the American National Election Studies." Journal of Official Statistics 17:479-98.

Belli, Robert F., Michael W. Traugott, Margaret Young, and Katherine A. McGonagle. 1999. "Reducing vote overreporting in surveys: Social Desirability, Memory Failure, and SourceMonitoring." Public Opinion Quarterly 63:90-108.

Bennett, Linda L. M. 1986. "The Gender Gap: When an Opinion Gap is Not a Voting Block." Social Science Quarterly 67:613-25.

Bennett, Stephen Earl. 1973. "Consistency among the Public's Social Welfare Policy Attitudes in the 1960s." Public Choice 17:544-70.

—. 1984. "Apathy in America, 1964-1982: A New Measure Applied to Old Questions." Micropolitics 3:499-545.

—. 1988. "Know-Nothings Revisited: the Meaning of Political Ignorance Today." Social Science Quarterly 69:476-90.

—. 1989. "Trends in Americans' Political Information, 1967-1987." American Politics Quarterly 17:422-35.

—. 1990. "The Education-Turnout 'Puzzle' in Recent U.S. National Elections." Electoral Studies 9:51-8.

—. 1991. "Left Behind: Exploring Declining Turnout Among Noncollege Young Whites, 1964-1988." Social Science Quarterly 2:314-33.

—. 1994. "Changing Levels of Political Information in 1988 and 1990." Political Behavior 16:1-20.

—. 1994. "The Persian Gulf War's Impact on American Political Information." Political Behavior 16:179-202.

—. 1995. "American's Knowledge of Ideology, 1980-1992." American Politics Quarterly 23:259-78.

—. 1995. "Comparing Americans' Political Information in 1988 and 1992." Journal of Politics 57:521-32.

—. 1995. "Political Conversations in the United States: Who Talks to Whom, Why, and Why Not." American Review of Politics 16:277-98.

—. 1996. ""Know-Nothings" Revisited Again." Political Behavior 18:219-33.

—. 1997. "Knowledge of Politics and Sense of Subjective Political Competence." American Politics Quarterly 25:230-240.

—. 1998. "'Young Americans' Indifference to Media Coverage of Public Affairs." PS: Political Science and Politics 31:535-41.

—. 2002. "Americans' Exposure to Political Talk Radio and their Knowledge of Public Affairs." Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 46:72-86.

—. 2002. "Another Lesson about Public Opinion During the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal." Presidential Studies Quarterly 32:276.

—. 2002. "Predicting Americans' exposure to political talk radio in 1996, 1998, and 2000." Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics 7:9-22.

—. 2003. "Is the Public's Ignorance of Politics Trivial?" Critical Review 15:307-37.

—. 2005. "Public Ignorance Revisited." Public Opinion Pros.

—. 2006. "Comment on "American Democracy in an Age of Rising Inequality"." Political Science & Politics 39:51-6.

Bennett, Stephen Earl and Linda L. M. Bennett. 1989. "Enduring Gender Differences in Political Interest: The Impact of Socialization and Political Dispositions." American Politics Quarterly 17:105-22.

—. 1989. "Interest in American Presidential Election Campaigns." Polity 22:341-54.

Bennett, Stephen Earl and Linda L.M. Bennett. 1993. "Out of Sight Out of Mind: Americans' Knowledge of Party Control of the House of Representatives, 1960-1984." Political Research Quarterly 46:67-80.

Bennett, Stephen Earl and Linda L. M. Bennett. 1992. "From Traditional to Modern Concepts of Gender Equality in Politics: Gradual Change and Lingering Doubts." The Western Political Quarterly 45:93-111.

Bennett, Stephen Earl, Richard S. Flickinger, and Staci Lynn Rhine. 2000. "Political Talk Over Here, Over There, Over Time." British Journal of Political Science 30:99-119.

Bennett, Stephen Earl and William R. Klecka. 1970. "Social Status and Political Participation: A Multivariate Analysis of Predictive Power." Midwest Journal of Political Science 14:355-82.

Bennett, Stephen Earl, Robert W. Oldendick, Alfred J. Tuchfarber, and George F. Bishop. 1979. "Education and Mass Belief Systems: An Extension and Some New Questions." Political Behavior 1:53-72.

Bennett, Stephen Earl, Eric W. Rademacher, Andrew E. Smith, and Alfred J. Tuchfarber. 1996. "Affirmative Action: Why Do Whites Oppose it, and Will it Play a Role in November?" Public Perspective 7:42-5.

Bennett, Stephen Earl and David Resnick. 1990. "The Implications of Non-voting for Democracy in the United States." American Journal of Political Science 34:771-802.

Bennett, Stephen Earl, Staci Lynn Rhine, and Richard S. Flickinger. 2001. "Assessing Americans' Opinions About the News Media's Fairness in 1996 and 1998." Political Communication 18:163-82.

Bennett, Stephen Earl and Alfred J. Tuchfarber. 1975. "The Social-Structural Sources of Cleavage on Law and Order Policies." American Journal of Political Science 19:419-38.

Benoit, William L. and Glenn J. Hansen. 2004. "Issue Ownership in Primary and General Presidential Debates." Argumentation and Advocacy 40:143-55.

—. 2004. "Presidential Debate Watching, Issue Knowledge, Character Evaluation, and Vote Choice." Human Communication Research 30:121-44.

Bensel, Richard F. and Elizabeth Sanders. 1979. "The Effect of Electoral Rules on Voting Behavior: The Electoral College and Shift Voting." Public Choice 34:669-85.

Benson, John M. 1981. "The Polls: A Rebirth of Religion?" Public Opinion Quarterly 45:576-85.

Berg, Thomas C. 2000. "Symposium: Religion's Role in the Administration of the Death Penalty: Religious Conservatives and the Death Penalty." William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 9:31.

Berinsky, Adam J. 1999. "The Two Faces of Public Opinion." American Journal of Political Science 43:1209-30.

—. 2002. "Silent Voices: Social Welfare Policy Opinions and Political Equality in America." American Journal of Political Science 46:276-87.

Berinsky, Adam J. and Gabriel Lenz. 2010. "Education and Political Participation: Exploring the Causal Link." Political Behavior.

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