TOC: Pub Opinion Quart


Public Opinion Quarterly, 80(S1)

E Pluribus Pluribus, or Divided We Stand
Shanto Iyengar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Representing the Preferences of Donors, Partisans, and Voters in the US Senate
Michael J. Barber [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Fair and Balanced? Quantifying Media Bias through Crowdsourced Content Analysis
Ceren Budak, Sharad Goel, and Justin M. Rao [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Party Polarization, Media Choice, and Mass Partisan-Ideological Sorting
Nicholas T. Davis and Johanna L. Dunaway [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Filter Bubbles, Echo Chambers, and Online News Consumption
Seth Flaxman, Sharad Goel, and Justin M. Rao [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Revisiting the Myth: New Evidence of a Polarized Electorate
Marc J. Hetherington, Meri T. Long, and Thomas J. Rudolph [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A Cross-Cutting Calm: How Social Sorting Drives Affective Polarization
Lilliana Mason [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Research Note

(Mis)perceptions of Partisan Polarization in the American Public
Matthew S. Levendusky and Neil Malhotra [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Polls

Mass Polarization: Manifestations and Measurements
Yphtach Lelkes [Publisher] [Google Scholar]