Pub Opinion Quart


Public Opinion Quarterly, 86(4)


Survey Attention and Self-Reported Political Behavior
R Michael Alvarez ; Yimeng Li [Google Scholar]

Emotionally Coping with Terrorism
Antoine J Banks; Heather M Hicks; Jennifer L Merolla [Google Scholar]

Lying for Trump? Elite Cue-Taking and Expressive Responding on Vote Method
Enrijeta Shino; Daniel A Smith; Laura Uribe [Google Scholar]

Estimating the Between-Issue Variation in Party Elite Cue Effects
Ben M Tappin [Google Scholar]

Research Notes

Strategic Discrimination in the 2020 Democratic Primary
Jon Green; Brian Schaffner; Sam Luks [Google Scholar]

Does Social Desirability Bias Distort Survey Analyses of Ideology and Self-Interest? Evidence from a List Experiment on Progressive Taxation
Tobias Heide-Jørgensen [Google Scholar]

Varieties of Mobility Measures: Comparing Survey and Mobile Phone Data during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Fabian Kalleitner ; David W Schiestl; Georg Heiler [Google Scholar]

Polarization Eh? Ideological Divergence and Partisan Sorting in the Canadian Mass Public
Eric Merkley [Google Scholar]

Economic Inequality, the Working Poor, and Belief in the American Dream
Benjamin J Newman [Google Scholar]

Before the Party Hijacks: The Limited Role of Party Cues in Appraisal of Low-Salience Policies—Experimental Evidence
Clareta Treger [Google Scholar]

The Polls

The Polls—Trends: Welfare Regimes and Support for Income Redistribution in Europe
Aleš Kudrnáč; Ivan Petrúšek [Google Scholar]

Book Reviews

Ken Kollman and John E. Jackson. Dynamic Partisanship: How and Why Voter Loyalties Change
Caitlin Davies

Yanna Krupnikov and John B. Ryan. The Other Divide: Polarization and Disengagement in American Politics
Taewoo Kang

Stacy Ulbig. Angry Politics: Partisan Hatred and Political Polarization among College Students
Steven W Webster