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Cooperative Congressional Election Study
Buttice MK, Stone WJ
Candidates Matter: Policy and Quality Differences in Congressional Elections
. The Journal of Politics. 2012;74(3):870-887.
Arceneaux K, Nicholson S
Who Wants to Have a Tea Party? The Who, What, and Why of the Tea Party Movement
. PS: Political Science and Politics. 2012;45(4):700-710.
Pedraza F, Krueger J
Missing Voices: War Attitudes among Military Service-Connected Civilians
. Armed Forces and Society. 2012;38(3):391-412.
Barker D, Carman C
Political Representation in Red and Blue America: How Cultural Differences Shape Democratic Expectations and Outcomes
. New York: Oxford University Press; 2012.
The Electoral Origins of Polarized Politics: Evidence from the 2010 Cooperative Congressional Election Study
. American Behavioral Scientist. 2012;56(12):1612-1630.
The Politics of Congressional Elections, 8th edition
. New York: Longman; 2012.
Nicholson SP, Segura GM
Who's the Party of the People? Economic Populism and the U.S. Public's Beliefs about Political Parties
. Political Behavior [Internet]. 2012;34(2):369-389.
. American Journal of Political Science. 2012;56(1):52-66.
Wright M, Citrin J, Wand J
Alternative Measures of American National Identity: Implications for the Civic-Ethnic Distinction
. Political Psychology. 2012;33(4):469-482.
Brooks D, Murov M
Assessing Accountability in a Post-Citizens United Era: The Effects of Attack Ad Sponsorship by Unknown Independent Groups
. American Politics Research. 2012;40(3):383.
Richardson LE, Konisky DM, Milyo J
Public Approval of U. S. State Legislatures
. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 2012;37(1):99-116.
Barker D, Bearce D
End Times Theology, The Shadow of the Future, and American Exceptionalism regarding Global Climate Change
. New Orleans: Southern Political Science Association; 2011.
Barack Obama, the Tea Party, and the 2010 Midterm Elections
2011 Annual Meeting
. Chicago: Midwestern Political Science Association; 2011.
Hersh E, Schaffner B
When Pandering is Not Persuasive
MPSA Annual Conference
. Chicago: Midwest Political Science Association; 2011.
The President, the Tea Party, and the Voting Behavior in 2010: Insights From the Cooperative Congressional Election Study
2011 Annual Meeting
. Seattle: American Political Science Association; 2011.
Polarization, Public Opinion and the Presidency: The Obama and Anti-Obama Coalitions
Rockman BA, Rudalevige A
The Barack Obama Presidency: First Appraisals. Washington D. C.: CQ Press; 2011. pp. 94-121.
Obama and the Polarized Public
Obama in Office: the First Two Years. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers; 2011. pp. 19-40.
Legislative Success and Political Failure: The Public’s Reaction to Barack Obama’s Early Presidency
. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 2011;41:219-42.
Dominating Cues and the Limits of Elite Influence
. Journal of Politics. 2011;73:1165-1177.
Levendusky MS, Pope JC
Red States vs. Blue States: Going beyond the mean
. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2011;75:227-248.
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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
Wedding Imagery and Public Support for Gay Marriage
Candidates or Districts? Reevaluating the Role of Race in Voter Turnout
Race, Paternalism, and Foreign Aid: Evidence from U.S. Public Opinion
What Politicians Believe About Their Constituents: Asymmetric Misperceptions and Prospects for Constituency Control
How to Suppress Turnout: Examining the Effects of Voter Identification Laws on Politically Disadvantaged Populations
Response Scales and the Measurement of Racial Attitudes: Agree-Disagree versus Item Specific Formats
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