2014 review of data and scholarship relating to voter behavior in U.S. midterm elections, with a focus on a Duke University study analyzing the 2010 cycle.
2014 research brief on the impact and implications of “computational management” of election campaigns, by Daniel Kreiss of UNC Chapel Hill and the Scholars Strategy Network.
2008 paper from Harvard’s Shorenstein Center reviews the history of exit polls in the United States and examines their evolution and emerging problems.
2010 study from Dartmouth College published in Politics & Genderon the different effects negative campaigns have on men and women.
Interview with George Washington University scholar John Sides about academic research and the 2012 presidential election.
2009 study from Duke and Wisconsin in Presidential Studies Quarterly on the relationship between political polarization and presidential reelection.
2010 study from the University of Wisconsin on how hard-fought presidential primaries unfold and their implications for the general election.
2009 paper in Presidential Election Studies on the allocation of campaign resources and correlations with available state delegates.
2011 study from Columbia University on how a psychological theory can help better interpret presidential campaign decisions.