ResultsFound: 152 on Elections
2009 study from the Harvard Kennedy School surveying presidential nominating contests and historic voter participation patterns in the United States.
2016 study led by a political scientist at Columbia University that looks at whether lawn signs used in elections as a campaign tactic generate votes.
Semester-long course on political reporting, including covering governance in the United States, the democratic process, and how to cover elections,
2015 research brief from the Scholars Strategy Network and a University of Minnesota researcher looks at whether Americans with chronic illnesses such as cancer and heart disease are more or less likely to vote in elections.
2016 study published in American Politics Research looks at how convenience voting, including early voting, has affected the number of disabled voters who participate in U.S. elections.
2016 research brief from the Scholars Strategy Network that examines whether more blue-collar workers would seek elected office if legislative salaries were higher.
2016 talk in which Jill Abramson, the former executive editor of The New York Times, weighs in on the quality of the media’s 2016 campaign coverage.
In this 2015 study, researchers describe a “search engine manipulation effect” and determine what populations are most vulnerable to being influenced with regards to voting decisions.
A 2015 study published in Political Communication looks at the frequency, effectiveness and perceptions of credibility of using male versus female voice-overs in political television ads.