“Racing Apart: Partisan Shifts on Racial Attitudes Over the Last Decade.” 2021. Report for the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group. With Robert Griffin, Mayesha Quasem, and Michael Tesler.
“Response to Michael Patrick Lynch’s ‘Truth as a Democratic Value.'” In Truth and Evidence (NOMOS LXIV). Melissa Schwartzberg and Philip Kitcher (eds.). New York: NYU University Press.
Review of Changing Their Minds? Donald Trump and Presidential Leadership (by George C. Edwards III). 2021. Presidential Studies Quarterly, forthcoming.
“Symptoms Vary: Understanding Americans’ Differing Views on COVID-19, Ebola, and Zika.” 2020. Report for the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group. With Cindy D. Kam.
“Gender Attitudes and American Public Opinion in the Trump Era.” 2020. In Dynamics of American Democracy: Partisan Polarization, Political Competition, and Government Performance. Eric Patashnik and Wendy Schiller (eds.). Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press. With Michael Tesler and Lynn Vavreck.
“The Great Wide Open: Democrats Remain Divided on Candidates, United in Opposing Trump.” 2020. Report for the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group. With Robert Griffin.
“Voter Choice in Presidential Primaries.” 2019. In Jonathan Bernstein and Casey B.K. Dominguez (eds.), The Making of the Presidential Candidates 2020. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 61-78. With Michael Tesler and Lynn Vavreck.
“In the Red: Americans’ Economic Woes Are Hurting Trump.” 2018. Report for the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group. With Robert Griffin.
“Muslims in America: Public Perceptions in the Trump Era.” 2018. Report for the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group. With Dalia Mogahed.
“How Trump Lost and Won.” 2017. Journal of Democracy 28(2): 34-44. With Michael Tesler and Lynn Vavreck.
“Race, Religion, and Immigration in 2016.” 2017. Report for the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group.
“The Electoral Landscape of 2016.” 2016. ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 667: 50-71. With Michael Tesler and Lynn Vavreck.
Review of Who Governs? Presidents, Public Opinion, and Manipulation (by James N. Druckman and Lawrence R. Jacobs). 2016. Journal of Politics 78(1).
“Campaigns and Elections.” 2016. In Adam Berinsky (ed.), New Directions in Public Opinion (2nd edition). New York: Routledge. pp. 261-77. With Jake Haselswerdt.
“Election Lab Post-Mortem.” 2015. PS: Political Science and Politics 48(2): 298-299. With Benjamin Highton and Eric McGhee.
“Election Fundamentals and Polls Favor the Republicans.” 2014. PS: Political Science and Politics 47(4): 786-88. With Benjamin Highton and Eric McGhee.
Review of The Victory Lab (by Sasha Issenberg). 2014. Public Opinion Quarterly 78: 363-364.
“Four Suggestions for Making Election Forecasts Better, and Better Known.” 2014. PS: Political Science and Politics 47(2): 339-341.
“Blogs and Bullets II: New Media and Conflict After the Arab Spring.” 2012. Report for the United States Institute of Peace. With Sean Aday, Henry Farrell, Marc Lynch, and Deen Freelon.
“Who Governs if Everyone Votes?” 2011. In Paul M. Sniderman and Benjamin Highton (eds.), Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Explorations in the Analysis of Public Opinion and Political Participation. Princeton: Princeton University Press. pp. 292-311. With Eric Schickler and Jack Citrin.
“The Political Scientist as a Blogger.” PS: Political Scientist and Politics 44(2): 267-271.
“How Political Science Can Help Journalism (and Still Let Journalists Be Journalists).” 2011. The Forum 9(1), Article 2. With Brendan Nyhan.
“Building a Political Science Public Sphere with Blogs.” 2010. The Forum 8(3), Article 10. With Henry Farrell.
“Blogs and Bullets: New Media in Contentious Politics.” 2010. Report for the United States Institute of Peace. With Sean Aday, Henry Farrell, Marc Lynch, John Kelly, and Ethan Zuckerman.
Review of Eurostars and Eurocities (by Adrian Favell). 2009. West European Politics 32(3): 693-94.
Review of The Persuadable Voter (by D. Sunshine Hillygus and Todd Shields). 2009. Public Opinion Quarterly 73(1): 224-26.
“Electoral Politics.” 2006. In Gillian Peele, Christopher J. Bailey, Bruce E. Cain, and B. Guy Peters (eds.), Developments in American Politics 5. Hampshire: Palgrave MacMillan.
“European Immigration in the People’s Court.” 2006. In Craig A. Parsons and Timothy M. Smeeding (eds.), Immigration and the Transformation of Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. With Jack Citrin.
Review of New Media Campaigns and the Managed Citizen (by Philip Howard). 2006. Political Science Quarterly 121 (3): 529-30.
“More than Nationals: How Identity Choice Matters in the New Europe.” 2004. In Richard Hermann, Thomas Risse, and Marilynn Brewer (eds.), Transnational Identities: Becoming European in the EU. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. With Jack Citrin.
“Can There Be Europe Without Europeans? Problems of Identity in a Multinational Community.” 2004. In Margaret G. Hermann (ed.), Advances in Political Psychology (vol. 1). New York: Pergamon Press. With Jack Citrin.
“The Causes and Consequences of Crossover Voting in the 1998 California Election.” 2002. In Bruce Cain and Elisabeth Gerber (eds.), Voting at the Political Faultline: California’s Experiment with the Blanket Primary. Berkeley: University of California Press. With Jack Citrin and Jonathan Cohen.
“Addendum: Crossover Behavior in the March 2000 Primary.” 2002. In Bruce Cain and Elisabeth Gerber (eds.), Voting at the Political Faultline: California’s Experiment with the Blanket Primary. Berkeley: University of California Press. With Thad Kousser.