TOC: Pub Opinion Quart


Public Opinion Quarterly, 80(2)

Internet Effects in Times of Political Crisis: Online Newsgathering and Attitudes toward the European Union
Leonardo Baccini, Laura Sudulich, and Matthew Wall [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Democracy’s Denominator: Reassessing Responsiveness with Public Opinion on the National Policy Agenda
Jason Barabas [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Anxious and Ambivalent Partisan: The Effect of Incidental Anxiety on Partisan Motivated Recall and Ambivalence
Eric Groenendyk [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Political Consequences of Latino Prejudice against Blacks
Yanna Krupnikov and Spencer Piston [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Are Survey Respondents Lying about Their Support for Same-Sex Marriage? Lessons from a List Experiment
Jeffrey R. Lax, Justin H. Phillips, and Alissa F. Stollwerk [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Research Notes

Reliability Concerns in Measuring Respondent Skin Tone by Interviewer Observation
Lance Hannon and Robert DeFina [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Breaking Out of the Lab: Measuring Real-Time Responses to Televised Political Content in Real-World Settings
Jürgen Maier, J. Felix Hampe, and Nico Jahn [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Numeracy and the Persuasive Effect of Policy Information and Party Cues
Vittorio Mérola and Matthew P. Hitt [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Research Synthesis

Cross-National Trends in Religious Service Attendance
Philip S. Brenner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Reviews

Ryan L. Claassen. Godless Democrats and Pious Republicans? Party Activists, Party Capture, and the “God Gap.” New York: Cambridge University Press. 2015. 208 pp. $29.99 (paper).
Brad Lockerbie [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Stanley Feldman, Leonie Huddy, and George E. Marcus. Going to War in Iraq: When Citizens and the Press Matter. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press. 2015. 248 pp. $27.50 (paper).
Matt Guardino [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Marc J. Hetherington and Thomas J. Rudolph. Why Washington Won’t Work: Polarization, Political Trust, and the Governing Crisis. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2015. 256 pp. $85.00 (cloth). $27.00 (paper).
Sean J. Westwood [Publisher] [Google Scholar]