PUBLISHED OR FORTHCOMING RESEARCH

 

"Who is Ideological? Measuring Ideological Consistency in the American Public"

Forthcoming at The Forum, with Jeremy Pope

Supplemental Materials

"Electoral Competitiveness and Legislative Productivity" 

American Politics Research, 2018, with Soren Schmidt

"Status Quo Bias and Loss Aversion in Ballot Wording" 

Journal of Experimental Political Science, 2017. Vol. 4: No. 2, pp 151-160, with David Gordon, Ryan Hill and Joe Price

"Sophisticated Donors: What Motivates Individual Campaign Contributors?" 

American Journal of Political Science, 2017. Vol. 61: No. 2, pp 271-288, with Brandice Canes-Wrone and Sharece Thrower

Supplemental Materials

"Gender Inequalities in Campaign Finance: A Regression Discontinuity Design" 

Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2016. Vol. 11: No. 2, pp 219-248, with Jessica Preece and Daniel Butler

Supplemental Materials, Coverage: BizJournals.com

"Representing the Preferences of Donors, Partisans, and Voters in the U.S. Senate"

Public Opinion Quarterly, 2016. Vol. 80: pp. 225-249

Supplemental Material, Coverage: SalonAl Jazeera America

"Donation Motivations: Testing Theories of Access and Ideology"

Political Research Quarterly, 2016. Vol. 69: No. 1, pp. 148-159

Supplemental Material

"Ideological Donors, Contribution Limits, and the Polarization of State Legislatures"

Journal of Politics, 2016. Vol. 78: No. 1, pp. 296-310

Supplemental Materials, Coverage: New York Times, Washington Post

"Causes and Consequences of Political Polarization" 

Solutions to Political Polarization in America. 2015. Cambridge University Press. Nate Persily, eds. with Nolan McCarty

Reprinted in Political Negotiation: A Handbook. 2015. Brookings Institution Press. Jane Mansbridge and Cathie Jo Martin, eds.

Coverage: CNN

"Online Polls and Registration Based Sampling: A New Method for Pre-Election Polling." 

Political Analysis, 2014. Vol 22: No. 3, pp. 321-335, with Christopher Mann, Quin Monson, and Kelly Patterson  



WORKS IN PROGRESS

 

"Preemption in State and Municipal Policymaking"

with Adam Dynes

"Preferences for Representational Styles in the American Public"

with Adam Dynes and Ryan Davis