TOC: Pub Opinion Quart


Public Opinion Quarterly, 78(2)

Red Scare? Revisiting Joe McCarthy’s Influence on 1950s Elections
Adam J. Berinsky and Gabriel S. Lenz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Considerations of Survey Error in Surveys of Hispanics
David Dutwin and Mark Hugo Lopez [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Prevalence and Moderators of the Candidate Name-Order Effect: Evidence from Statewide General Elections in California
Josh Pasek, Daniel Schneider, Jon A. Krosnick, Alexander Tahk, Eyal Ophir, and Claire Milligan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Which Is the Better Investment for Nonresponse Adjustment: Purchasing Commercial Auxiliary Data or Collecting Interviewer Observations?
Jennifer Sinibaldi, Mark Trappmann, and Frauke Kreuter [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Foreign-Sponsorship Effects in Developing-World Surveys: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Lebanon
Daniel Corstange [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Partisan Bias among Interviewers
Andrew Healy and Neil Malhotra [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Longer Interviews May Not Affect Subsequent Survey Participation Propensity
Peter Lynn [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Impact of Partisan Sponsorship on Political Surveys
Roger Tourangeau, Stanley Presser, and Hanyu Sun [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Polls

Public Opinion toward Homosexuality and Gay Rights in Great Britain
Ben Clements and Clive D. Field [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Reviews

Kevin Arceneaux and Martin Johnson. Changing Minds or Changing Channels? Partisan News in an Age of Choice. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2013. 244 pp. $75.00 (cloth). $25.00 (paper).
Natalie Jomini Stroud [Publisher]

Matthew Levendusky. How Partisan Media Polarize America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2013. 208 pp. $75.00 (cloth), $22.00 (paper).
Jason Husser [Publisher]