ANES Bibliography 2011-2018
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.
Alizadeh, Meysam. 2018. “Essays on the drivers of political and ideological extremism.” Computational Social Sciences, George Mason University.
Anson, Ian G. 2018. “Partisanship, Political Knowledge, and the Dunning‐Kruger Effect.” Political Psychology.
Bailey, Ronald 2018. “Authoritarians to the Left and Right.” Reason, January 2018.
Baumgartner, Jody C. and Brad Lockerbie. 2018. “Maybe it is more than a joke: Satire, mobilization, and political participation.” Social Science Quarterly.
Bednarczuk, Michael. 2018. “Identity and Vote Overreporting by Bureaucrats: Implications for Public Service Motivation.” The American Review of Public Administration 48.
Benegal, Salil D. 2018. “The spillover of race and racial attitudes into public opinion about climate change.” Environmental Politics.
Benegal, Salil D. 2018. “The spillover of race and racial attitudes into public opinion about climate change.” Environmental Politics 27:733-56.
Bergersen, Meghan, Samara Klar, and Elizabeth Schmitt. 2018. “Intersectionality and Engagement among the LGBTQ+ Community.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy:196-219.
Bergquist, Parrish and Christopher Warshaw. 2018. “Does Global Warming Increase Public Concern About Climate Change?”.
Blackman, Alexandra Domike. 2018. “Religion and Foreign Aid.” Politics and Religion.
Boulianne, Shelley. 2018. “Mini-publics and Public Opinion: Two Survey-Based Experiments.” Political Studies 66:119-36.
Boxell, Levi. 2018. “Demographic Change and Political Polarization in the United States.” SSRN.
Brookman, David E. and Christopher Skovron. 2018. “Bias in Perceptions of Public Opinion among Political Elites.” American Political Science Review.
Cavari, Amnon and Guy Freedman. 2018. “Polarized Mass or Polarized Few? Assessing the Parallel Rise of Survey Nonresponse and Measures of Polarization.” The Journal of Politics 80:719-25.
Cerrtao, Andrea, Federico Ferrara, and Francesco Ruggieri. 2018. “Why Does Import Competition Favor Republicans? Localized Trade Shocks, Voting Behavior, and Scapegoating in the U.S.”. SSRN.
Chen, Philip G. 2018. “The Prejudiced Personality? Using the Big Five to Predict Susceptibility to Stereotyping Behavior.” American Politics Research 46:276-307.
Clementson, David E. 2018. “Susceptibility to Deception in a Political News Interview: Effects of Identification, Perceived Cooperativeness, and Ingroup Vulnerability.” Communication Studies.
Edsall, Thomas B. 2018. “Why Is It So Hard for Democracy to Deal With Inequality?” in New York Times (online). New York, NY.
Ehret, Phillip J., Leaf Van Boven, and David K. Sherman. 2018. “Partisan Barriers to Bipartisanship: Understanding Climate Policy Polarization.” Social Psychological and Personality Science:1-11.
Elder, Laurel, Brian Frederick, and Barbara Burrell. 2018. American Presidential Candidate Spouses: Palgrave Macmillan.
Enders, Adam and Jamil S. Scott. 2018. “White racial resentment has been gaining political power for decades.” in The Washington Post Online.
Fisher, Patrick. 2018. “A Political Outlier: the Distinct Politics of the Millennial Generation.” Society 55:35-40.
Flores, Andrew, Donald P. Haider-Markel, Daniel C. Lewis, Patrick R. Miller, Barry L. Tadlock, and Jami K. Tayloer. 2018. “Transgender prejudice reduction and opinions on transgender rights: Results from a mediation analysis on
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Gharbi, Musa al. 2018. “Race and the Race for the White House: On Social Research in the Age of Trump.” The American Sociologist.
Groenendyk, Eric W. 2018. “Competing Motives in a Polarized Electorate: Political Responsiveness, Identity Defensiveness, and the Rise of Partisan Antipathy.” Political Psychology 39:159-71.
Harrison, Brian F. and Melissa R. Michelson. 2018. “Gender, Masculinity Threat, and Support for Transgender Rights: An Experimental Study.” Sex Roles:1-13.
Hayes, Danny. 2018. “White voters are moving to the South — and making it more Democratic.” in Washingtonpost.com: The Washington Post.
Iyengar, S. and M. Krupenkin. 2018. “The Strengthening of Partisan Affect.” Political Psychology 39:201-18.
Jordan, Jason. 2018. “Americans are getting smarter about politics in at least one important way.” in Washington Post Blogs.
Kim, Chanjung. 2018. “Parasocial Mediated Contact’s Effects on Intergroup Relations Between Minority Groups in the Multi-Racial Group Context.” University of Arizona.
Kim, Jin Woo and Eunji Kim. 2018. “Identifying the Effect of Online Rumoring: Evidence from Circulation of the ‘Obama-is-a-Muslim’ Myth on the Internet.” SSRN.
Kowalski, Jacob. 2018. “Concerns over white victimhood are largely unimportant.” in University Wire. Carlsbad.
Kropko, Jonathan and Kevin K. Banda. 2018. “Issue Scales, Information Cues, and the Proximity and Directional Models of Voter Choice.” Political Research Quarterly.
Ksiazkiewicz, Aleksander, Joseph Vitriol, and Christina E. Farhart. 2018. “Implicit Candidate-Trait Associations in Political Campaigns.” Political Psychology 39:177-95.
Liu, Mingnan. 2018. “Data Collection Mode Effect on Abortion Questions: A Comparison of Face-To-Face and Web Surveys.” Gender and Women’s Studies 1:1-10.
Loy, Laura S., Philipp K. Masur, Masur Schmitt, and Cornelia Mothes. 2018. “Psychological predictors of political Internet use and political knowledge in light of the perceived complexity of political issues.” Information, Communication & Society.
Luigi, Leone and Fabio Presaghi. 2018. “Tea Party Support, Racial Resentment and Evaluations of Obama: A Moderation Analysis.” Race and Social Problems:1-10.
Mason, Lilliana. 2018. “A Brief History of Social Sorting.” in Uncivil Agreement: How Politics Became Our Identity: University of Chicago Press.
Morgan, Stephen L. and Jiwon Lee. 2018. “Trump Voters and the White Working Class.” Sociological Science.
Mounk, Yascha. 2018. “American is Not a Democracy.” in Yerepouni Daily News. Beirut: SyndiGate Media Inc.
Mueller, John D. 2018. “The Trump tax reform won’t match the Reagan ones.” in The Examiner. Washington D.C.
Nguyen, Quynh. 2018. “Taking a Step Back: Economic Performance and Issue Salience of International Trade Policy.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research.
Okabe, Tomohito and Daisuke Nogiwa. 2018. “Estimation of unobserved dynamics of individual partisanship: a Bayesian approach.” Behaviormetrika 45:25-55.
Prior, Markus and Lori D. Bougher. 2018. ““Like They’ve Never, Ever Seen in This Country”? Political Interest and Voter Engagement in 2016.” Public Opinion Quarterly 82:236-56.
Robertson, John. 2018. “Prospect Theory, Loss Aversion, and the Impact of Social Media and Online Activity: Political Affect and the 2016 American Presidential Elections.” Pp. 63-95 in Strategische Politische Kommunikation im digitalen Wandel, edited by M. Oswald and M. Johann. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
Russo, Massimiliano, Daniele Durante, and Bruno Scarpa. 2018. “Bayesian inference on group differences in multivariate categorical data.” Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 126:136-49.
Scott, Eugene. 2018. “How ‘Roseanne’ reinforces a myth about Trump supporters: The sitcom reboot gives the impression that the majority of Trump voters were white working-class.” Washington Post Blogs.
Setzler, Mark and Alixandra B. Yanus. 2018. “Why Did Women Vote for Donald Trump?” PS: Political Science & Politics.
Smith, Brianna A., Zein Murib, Matt Motta, and Timothy H. Callaghan. 2018. ““Gay” or “Homosexual”? The Implications of Social Category Labels for the Structure of Mass Attitudes.” American Politics Research 46:336-72.
Smith, Brianna A., Zein Murib, Matt Motta, Timothy H. Callaghan, and Marissa Theys. 2018. ““Gay” or “Homosexual”? The Implications of Social Category Labels for the Structure of Mass Attitudes.” American Politics Research 46:336-72.
Staff. 2018. “Here be monsters: Trump’s “white working class”.” in Al Jazeera American.
Swain, Randall D. 2018. “Negative Black Stereotypes, Support for Excessive Use of Force by Police, and Voter Preference for Donald Trump During the 2016 Presidential Primary Election Cycle.” Journal of African American Studies 22:109-24.
Swank, Eric. 2018. “Sexual identities and participation in liberal and conservative social movements.” Social Science Research 74:176-86.
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.
Tucker, Joshua A., Barbera Cristian Vaccari, Alexandra Sigel, Sergey Sanovich, Denis Stukal, and Brendan Nyhan. 2018. “Social Media, Political Polarization, and Political Disinformation: A Review of the Scientific Literature.” SSRN.
Udani, Adriano and David Kimball. 2018. “Immigrant Resentment and Voter Fraud Beliefs in the U.S. Electorate.” American Politics Research 46:4052-3.
Valentino, Nicholas A., Carly Wayne, and Marzia Oceno. 2018. “Mobilizing Sexism: The Interaction of Emotion and Gender Attitudes in the 2016 US Presidential Election.” Public Opinion Quarterly 82:213-35.
Vergani, Matteo. 2018. How Is Terrorism Changing Us?: Threat Perception and Political Attitudes in the Age of Terror: Palgrave Macmillan.
Webster, Steven. 2018. “Here be monsters: Trump’s “white working class”.” American Behavioral Scientist 62:127-45.
Zingher, Joshua N. 2018. “Whites have fled the Democratic Party. Here’s how the nation got there.” Washington Post Blog Monkey Cage.
Zingher, Joshua N and ME Flynn. 2018. “From on High: The Effect of Elite Polarization on Mass Attitudes and Behaviors, 1972-2012.” British Journal of Political Science 48:23-45.
Adams, Becket. 2017. “This Washington Post article on racism and Trump supporters is hot trash.” in The Examiner. Washington DC.
Allcott, Hunt and Matthew Gentzkow. 2017. “Social Media and Fake News in the 2016 Election ” The Journal of Economic Perspectives 31:211-35.
Argyle, Lisa P. 2017. “(Machine) Learning about Interpersonal Political Persuasion.” in Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. San Francisco, CA.
Aronow, Peter M., Jonathon Baron, and Alexander Coppock. 2017. “Leveraging Probability Samples for Better Estimates from Non-Probability Samples.” in Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. San Francisco, CA.
Asingo, Patrick O. 2017. “Policy Salience and Election Outcomes in Contemporary American Presidential Elections (1972-2000).” Politics & Policy 45:571-93.
Badger, Emily and Niraj Chokshi. 2017. “How We Became Bitter Political Enemies.” in The New York Times. New York, NY.
Blumberg, Antonia. 2017. “New Analysis Finds Clinton, Not Trump, Narrowly Won The Catholic Vote In 2016.” in The Huffington Post.
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 of the United States of America 114:10612-10617.
Boxell, Levi, Matthew Gentzkow, and Jesse M. Shapiro. 2017. “A Note on Internet Use and the 2016 Election Outcome.”
Boxell, Levi, Gentzkow Matthew, and Jesse M. Shapiro. 2017. “Is the Internew Causing Political Polarization? Evidence from Demographics.” National Bureau of Economic Research.
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.
Brown, Adam R. and Jeremy Clayne Pope. 2017. “An Experiment on Political Knowledge and Don’t Know Responses Across Platforms.” in Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. San Francisco, CA.
Bump, Philip. 2017. “When ‘Democrat’ is a worse slur than ‘alleged sexual miscreant’.” in washingtonpost.com: 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.
Choi, Jin-Young. 2017. “Semiparametric Estimator for Binary-outcome
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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.
Collins, Timothy P. 2017. Hypocrisy in American Political Attitudes: Pagrave Macmillan.
Connors, Elizabeth C. 2017. “The Social Dimension of Political Values.”
Dalege, Jonas, Denny Borsboom, Frenk van Harreveld, and Han L.J. van der Maas. 2017. “A Network Perspective on Political Attitudes: Testing the Connectivity Hypothesis.”
Davis, Nicholas T. 2017. “Religion and Partisan-Ideological Sorting, 1982-2014.”
DeBell, Matthew. 2017. “Best Practices for Creating Survey Weights.” in The Palgrave Handbook of Survey Research, edited by D. L. Vannette and J. A. Krosnick.
DeBell, Matthew. 2017. “Methodology and Findings of the ANES 2016 Recruitment Pretest Study.”
DeBell, Matthew. 2017. “Polarized Opinions on Racial Progress and Inequality: Measurement and Application to Affirmative Action Preferences.” Political Psychology 38:481-98.
DeYoreo, M, JP Reiter, and DS Hillygus. 2017. “Bayesian Mixture Models with Focused Clustering for Mixed Ordinal and Nominal Data.” BAYESIAN ANALYSIS 12:679-703.
Dickerson, Bradley and Heather Ondercin. 2017. “Conditional Motivated Reasoning: How the Local Economy Moderates Partisan Motivations in Economic Perceptions.” Political Research Quarterly 70:194-208.
Dubenko, Anna. 2017. “Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn’t Miss.” in The New York Times. New York, NY.
Duca, John V. and Jason L. Saving. 2017. “Income Inequality, Media Fragmentation, and Increased Political Polarization.” Contemporary Economic Policy 35:392-413.
Economist, The 2017. “A Special Report: The power of groupthink; Trump’s America.” The Economist, July 1, 2017.
Edsall, Thomas B. 2017. “Has the Democratic Party Gotten Too Rich for Its Own Good?” in The New York Times. New York, NY.
Feher-Gavra, Balazs. 2017. “Congruence and Political Participation – Does the Discrepancy Between the Elite’s and the Public’s Ideology Come at the Cost of Reduced Participation?” Doctor of Philosophy
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Flavin, Patrick and Gregory Shufeldt. 2017. “State Electoral Integrity and Citizens’ Perceptions of American Democracy.” in Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. San Francisco, CA.
Gadarian, Shana. 2017. “The gag reflex: Disgust rhetoric and gay rights in american politics.” Political Behavior.
Gettys, Travis. 2017. “Studies confirm: Trump voters were motivated by racial prejudice — not ‘economic anxiety’.” RawStory.
Han, Lori Cox and Brian Robert Calfano. 2017. “Conflict and Candidate Selection: Game Framing Voter Choice.” American Politics Research 46:169-86.
Harnois, Catherine E. 2017. “Intersectional Masculinities and Gendered Political Consciousness: How Do Race, Ethnicity and Sexuality Shape Men’s Awareness of Gender Inequality and Support for Gender Activism?” Sex Roles 77:141-54.
Hasan, Mehdi. 2017. “Top Democrats Are Wrong: Trump Supporters Were More Motivated by Racism Than Economic Issues.” in The Intercept.
Hawley, George. 2017. “How Many People Actually Feel ‘White Guilt’?: The efforts of the “Social Justice Warriors” don’t appear to be working, survey data show.” The American Conservative.
Heins, Robert. 2017. “Abortion in the Court: The Impact of Abortion Views on Public Opinion of the Supreme Court.” Student Research Day Abstracts and Posters.
Henry, P.J. and Jaime L. Napier. 2017. “Education is Related to Greater Ideological Prejudice.” Public Opinion Quarterly 81:930-42.
Hillygus, D. Sunshine, Seth C. McKee, and McKenzie Young. 2017. “Polls and Elections Reversal of Fortune: The Political Behavior of White Migrants to the South.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 47:354-64.
Hui, Mary. 2017. “Leaning authoritarian today? It might be the movie you just watched, new research says.” in The Washington Post.
Hurst, Allison L. 2017. “Have We Been Had? Why Talking About the Working-Class Vote for Trump Hurts Us.” The Labor and Working-Class History Association.
Jasny, Barbara R. 2017. “The internet and political polarization.” Science 358:317-8.
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.
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Klinkner, Philip. 2017. “Anti-immigrant views helped Trump win. Will they also cause his undoing?” in Chicago Tribune Online. Chicago, IL: Tribune Interactive, LLC.
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Lacy, D and DP Christenson. 2017. “Who Votes for the Future? Information, Expectations, and Endogeneity in Economic Voting.” Political Behavior 39:347-75.
Lacy, Dean, Emerson M.S. Niou, Philip Paolino, and Robert A. Rein. 2017. “Measuring Preferences for Divided Government: Some Americans Want Divided Government and Vote to Create It.” Political Behavior:1-25.
Laustsen, Lasse. 2017. “Choosing the Right Candidate: Observational and Experimental Evidence that Conservatives and Liberals Prefer Powerful and Warm Candidate Personalities, Respectively.” Political Behavior 39:883-908.
Ledford, Hillary R. 2017. “The highest and hardest glass ceiling: Examining the effect of media exposure on attitudes toward having a female president.” M.A. Thesis, Sociology, University of West Georgia.
Lee, Louisa, Siyu Zhang, and Vicky Chuqiao Yang. 2017. “Do two parties represent the US? Clustering analysis of US public ideology survey.” SSRN.
Lee, Taeku and Pepper D. Culpepper. 2017. “Public Anger, Business Power, and the Regulation of Finance in the UK and the US.” in Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. San Francisco, CA.
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Lewis, Timothy Elijah. 2017. “Repercussive Discrimination: Racial Discrimination as an Explanation of Prevalent Homophobia Among Racial Minorities.” Political Science, University of Missouri, Saint Louis, MO.
Lewis, Verlan. 2017. “Why presidential candidates (like Trump) campaign as isolationists but (like Trump) govern as hawks.” in Washington Post Online.
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