Public Writing

My contributions to The Monkey Cage are here (at themonkeycage.org) and here (at the Washington Post). In addition, I have had stints as a contributor to FiveThirtyEight, the Washington Post‘s Wonkblog, and YouGov. Here are pieces at other outlets:

“It’s Not Easy to Predict How Immigration Will Affect the Midterms.” New  York Times, November 2018. With Michael Tesler and Lynn Vavreck.

“Economic Anxiety Didn’t Elect Trump and It May Hurt His Party in the Midterms.” New York Times, October 2018. With Robert Griffin.

“Five Myths about the 2016 Election.” Washington Post, October 2018. With Michael Tesler and Lynn Vavreck.

“Gerrymandering Isn’t Evil.” Politico Magazine, June 2015. With Eric McGhee.

“Inconclusive Results.” Pacific Standard, January/February 2014. With Lynn Vavreck.

“Republicans Haven’t Lost Women.” Bloomberg View, 7 November 2013. With Lynn Vavreck.

“Will the 2014 Election Solve Anything?” CNN, 7 October 2013. With Lynn Vavreck.

“Scholarship in Public.” Inside Higher Ed, 29 August 2013. With Lynn Vavreck.

“We Are the 96 Percent.” New York Times, 24 September 2012. With Suzanne Mettler.

“Do Presidential Debates Really Matter?” Washington Monthly, September/October 2012. A follow-up to this piece is here.

“Republican Rules Are Not to Blame for Primary War.” Bloomberg View, 22 March 2012. With Josh Putnam.

“Will Obamacare Matter to U.S. Voters?” Al Jazeera, 5 March 2012.

“Midterm Postmortem.” Boston Review, 11 November 2010. With Eric McGhee and Brendan Nyhan.

“Dems Will Lose Seats But Not Why You Think.” New York Daily News, 28 May 2010. With Seth Masket.

“On Haiti, America’s Short Attention Span Strikes Again.” Salon, 30 April 2010.

“Political and Institutional Hurdles Prevent Serious Reform.” Boston Review, March/April 2010. With Sarah Binder and Andrew Gelman.

“On Spending, Conservatives Are Quite Conflicted.” Salon, 24 February 2010.

“Stories and Stats: The Truth about Obama’s Victory Wasn’t in the Papers.” Boston Review, September/October 2009. With Andrew Gelman. Our response to commenters is here.

“Why an Abortion Consensus Is Unlikely: The Strange Dynamics of this Hot-Button Issue.” New York Daily News, 22 May 2009. With Andrew Gelman.

“Who Listens to Bloggingheads?” Los Angeles Times, 13 July 2008. With Eric Lawrence.

“Patching Up the Parties.” Los Angeles Times, 25 May 2008.

 

 

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