Research

WORK IN PROGRESS  ·  BOOKS  ·  ARTICLES  ·  BOOK CHAPTERS
GOOGLE SCHOLAR PROFILE

Work in Progress
Identity as Dependent Variable: How Americans Shift Their Identities to Better Align with Their Politics.

Political Knowledge and Misinformation in the Era of Social Media: Evidence from the 2015 U.K. Election.” (with Kevin Munger, Jonathan Nagler, Jonathan Ronen, and Joshua A. Tucker)

return to top of page

Books
Partisan Priorities: How Issue Ownership Drives and Distorts American Politics. Cambridge 2013.

Public Opinion and Constitutional Controversy. Oxford 2008. (co-edited with Nathaniel Persily and Jack Citrin)

return to top of page

Articles
Who Leads? Who Follows? Measuring Issue Attention and Agenda Setting by Legislators and the Mass Public Using Social Media Data.American Political Science Review 2019. (with Pablo Barberá, Andreu Casas, Jonathan Nagler, Richard Bonneau, John T. Jost, and Joshua A. Tucker).
Climate Change: U.S. Public Opinion.Annual Review of Political Science 2017. (with Megan Mullin)

Recent improvement and projected worsening of weather in the United States.Nature 2016. (with Megan Mullin)

‘Do Something’ Politics and Double-Peaked Policy Preferences.Journal of Politics 2014.

“Turning Personal Experience into Political Attitudes: The Effect of Local Weather on Americans’ Perceptions about Global Warming.”  Journal of Politics 2012. (with Megan Mullin)

“Group Cohesion without Group Mobilization: The Case of Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals.”  British Journal of Political Science 2012.

“Marriage and the Shifting Priorities of a New Generation of Lesbians and Gays.” PS: Political Science and Politics 2005. (with Kenneth Sherrill)
“The Complicated Impact of One Person, One Vote on Political Competition and Representation.”  North Carolina Law Review 2002. (with Nathaniel Persily and Thad Kousser )
return to top of page
Chapters in Edited Volumes
“Public Opinion, the Media, and Social Issues.” in The Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media, Lawrence R. Jacobs and Robert Y. Shapiro eds. Oxford 2011.
“Toward More Open Democracies: The Expansion of Freedom of Information Laws,” In Democracy Transformed? Expanding Political Opportunities in Advanced Industrial Democracies, eds. Bruce E. Cain, Russell J. Dalton, and Susan E. Scarrow. Oxford 2003. (with Bruce E. Cain and Sergio Fabbrini)
return to top of page