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Tweeting for Hearts and Minds? Measuring Candidates’ Use of Anxiety in Tweets During the 2018 Midterm Elections

Tweeting for Hearts and Minds? Measuring Candidates’ Use of Anxiety in Tweets During the 2018 Midterm Elections By Bryan T. Gervais, University of Texas at San Antonio, Heather K. Evans, University of Virginia’s College at […]

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Why College Students Drift Left: The Stability of Political Identity and Relative Malleability of Issue Positions among College Students

Why College Students Drift Left: The Stability of Political Identity and Relative Malleability of Issue Positions among College Students By Matthew Woessner, The United States Army War College and April Kelly-Woessner, Elizabethtown College In considering […]

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Powerless Conservatives or Powerless Findings?

Powerless Conservatives or Powerless Findings? By Stephen M. Utych, Boise State University Recently, scholars have argued that research supporting a conservative viewpoint may be less likely to be published in political science journals, a field […]

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Lost in the New Deal Realignment: GI Joe

Lost in the New Deal Realignment: GI Joe By Helmut Norpoth, Stony Brook University Military service in World War II produced a generation of Democrats. This finding results from an examination of Gallup polls (1945–1953) […]