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CCES 2012 Data/Guide
CCES 2010 Data/Guide
CCES 2009 Data/Guide
CCES 2008 Data/Guide
CCES 2007 Data/Guide
CCES 2006 Data/Guide
PORTL 2005 Data/Guide
Registration is open for the CCES Sundance Conference
The Perils of Cherry Picking Low Frequency Events in Large Sample Surveys
Announcing the 2014 Cooperative Congressional Election Study
CCES Team Data Released
2013 Sundance Conference Is Open for Registration
Validation: What Big Data Reveal About Survey Misreporting and the Real Electorate
Race, Paternalism, and Foreign Aid: Evidence from U.S. Public Opinion
Do Ballot Initiatives Increase General Political Knowledge?
To Know You is Not Necessarily to Love You: The Partisan Mediators of Intergroup Contact.
Competitive Elections and Democracy in America: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
The Enduring Effects of Competitive Elections
"Do Something" Politics and Double-Peaked Policy Preferences
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