Journals

Searching for Bright Lines in the Trump Presidency

Searching for Bright Lines in the Trump Presidency by John M. Carey, Dartmouth College, Gretchen Helmke, University of Rochester, Brendan Nyhan, University of Michigan, Mitchell Sanders, University of Notre Dame and Susan Stokes, University of Chicago Is American […]

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How Unusual Was 2016? Flipping Counties, Flipping Voters, and the Education–Party Correlation since 1952

How Unusual Was 2016? Flipping Counties, Flipping Voters, and the Education–Party Correlation since 1952 by Michael W. Sances, University of Memphis Many explanations of the 2016 election result, a seemingly anomalous macrolevel phenomenon, have centered on […]

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Comparing America: Reflections on Democracy across Subfields

Trump: Causes and Consequences (the Sequel) by Michael Bernhard, University of Florida and Daniel O’Neill, University of Florida Since the first installment of our exploration of the causes and consequences of the Trump presidency, the Mueller […]

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Adversaries or Allies? Donald Trump’s Republican Support in Congress

Adversaries or Allies? Donald Trump’s Republican Support in Congress by Karyn Amira, Lauren Johnson, Deon McCray, and Jordan Ragusa, College of Charleston Donald Trump’s first year in office received unprecedented media coverage, with many wondering whether congressional Republicans […]

American Political Science Review

Taking the Temperature of the Global Crisis in Democracy

This piece, written by Adam B. Lerner, covers Christopher Claassen’s, University of Glasgow, new article, In the Mood for Democracy? Democratic Support as Thermostatic Opinion  What explains the ‘crisis in democracy’ sweeping across the Western world? […]