Some Evangelical Voters Aren’t Sold On Trump. Will That Help DeSantis?
May 18, 2023
White Evangelical Protestants comprise Trump’s base, but cracks are forming along educational and generational lines. What does this mean for 2024? Continue Reading →
Does Politics Make People More Likely to Identify as LGBTQ?
April 26, 2023
A novel survey experiment tests the relationship between LGBTQ identity and political ideology. Continue Reading →
American Politics Needs a New National Purpose
April 11, 2023
The United States seems to have lost its way as a country. Americans have generally low regard for our political leaders, little faith in our institutions, and even less in each other. Our politics are defined by acrimony and division. We’ve witnessed a decades-long deterioration in civic life and social solidarity. The erosion of traditional Continue Reading →
The Politics of Immigrants
January 30, 2023
While immigration has played a central role in American political life in recent years, less attention has been paid to the politics of immigrants themselves. How do different groups of immigrants vary in their political beliefs and attitudes? What role will immigrant communities play in this year’s midterm elections? Continue Reading →
Abortion, Race, and Ethnicity
December 12, 2022
As the dust settles after the 2022 midterm election, researchers are now able to look at how the Dobbs decision impacted voters across the country. While significant attention has been given to the abortion views of men and women of various age groups, less notice has been paid to the similarities and differences of racial and ethnic groups. Continue Reading →
Pro-Choice, Pro-Life or … Both?
November 29, 2022
American attitudes on abortion are complicated and most Americans don’t fall into the pro-life or pro-choice binary. Continue Reading →
How Hispanic Americans Think About Work and Identity
November 18, 2022
If we want to understand the evolving role of Hispanic Americans in American culture and politics, one useful on-ramp is studying Hispanics in the workplace. Continue Reading →
How Young Women Saved the Democratic Party in 2022
November 17, 2022
Donald Trump and Dobbs are Defining the Politics of a New Generation of Women. Continue Reading →
The Peril and Promise of Election Polls
October 31, 2022
How to interpret polls and avoid error ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. Continue Reading →
Can Americans Find Common Ground on Abortion?
October 24, 2022
Most Americans are willing to find common ground on abortion. Continue Reading →