Pub Opinion Quart
by Charles Hofacker
Public Opinion Quarterly, 84(1)
Reforms and Redistribution: Disentangling the Egoistic and Sociotropic Origins of Voter Preferences
—Michael M Bechtel; Roman Liesch [Google Scholar]
Anti-Intellectualism, Populism, and Motivated Resistance to Expert Consensus
—Eric Merkley [Google Scholar]
The (Null) Effects of Clickbait Headlines on Polarization, Trust, and Learning
—Kevin Munger; Mario Luca; Jonathan Nagler ; Joshua Tucker [Google Scholar]
Addressing Global Warming Denialism: The Efficacy of Mechanism-Based Explanations in Changing Global Warming Beliefs
—Jeff D Rotman; T J Weber; Andrew W Perkins [Google Scholar]
What Do Partisan Donors Want?
—David Broockman; Neil Malhotra [Google Scholar]
The Rise of Trump, The Fall of Prejudice? Tracking White Americans’ Racial Attitudes Via A Panel Survey, 2008–2018
—Daniel J Hopkins; Samantha Washington [Google Scholar]
Children’s Views of the American Presidency
—Zoe M Oxley; Mirya R Holman; Jill S Greenlee ; Angela L Bos; J Celeste Lay [Google Scholar]
Vote Choice and the Nonseparability of Economic and Social Issues
—Lukas F Stoetzer; Steffen Zittlau [Google Scholar]
Jill A. Edy and Patrick C. Meirick. A Nation Fragmented: The Public Agenda in the Information Age. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 2019. 278 pp. $104.50 (cloth). $34.95 (paper).
—Mary Layton Atkinson [Google Scholar]
James L. Gibson and Michael J. Nelson. Black and Blue: How African Americans Judge the U.S. Legal System. New York: Oxford University Press. 2018. 222 pp. $99.95 (cloth). $29.95 (paper).
—Michael F Salamone [Google Scholar]
Gary Jacobson. Presidents & Parties in the Public Mind. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2019. 272 pp. $90.00 (cloth). $30.00 (paper).
—Douglas L Kriner [Google Scholar]
Corrigendum to: The Polls—Trends: Americans’ Trust in Science and Scientists
Corrigendum to: Ethnic Change, Personality, and Polarization Over Immigration in the American Public
—Christopher D Johnston; Benjamin J Newman; Yamil R Velez [Google Scholar]
Erratum to: Follow the (ISSUE) Leader? The Leader-Led Nexus Revisited