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Cooperative Congressional Election Study
Herrnson PC, Curry JM
Issue Voting and Partisan Defection in Congressional Elections
. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 2010;forthcoming.
Perception, Memory, and Partisan Polarization on the Iraq War
. Political Science Quarterly. 2010;125 (Spring) :1-26.
Barker DC, Carman CJ
Yes We Can or Yes He Can? Citizen Preferences Regarding Styles of Representation and Presidential Voting Behavior
. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 2010;40 (3) :431-448.
Activists, Influence, and Representation in American Politics
Maisel SL, Berry JM
The Oxford Handbook of American Political Parties and Interest Groups. Oxford University Press ; 2010. pp. 285-302.
Stone WJ, Pietryka M
Party, Constituency, and Representation in Congress
Green J, Coffey DJ
State of the Parties: the Changing Role of Contemporary American Parties. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield ; 2010. pp. 333-48.
Stone WJ, Simas EN
Candidate Valence and Ideological Positions in U. S. House Elections
. American Journal of Political Science. 2010;54 (2) :371-88.
Herman MR, Campbell ME
I Wouldn't, But You Can: Attitudes Toward Interracial Marriage
. Social Science Research. 2010;being reviewed for resubmission.
Campbell ME, Herman MR
Politics and Policies: Attitudes toward Multi-racial People and Political Candidates
. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2010;33 (9) :1511-1536.
Gerber AS, Huber GK
Partisanship, Political Control, and Economic Assessments
. American Journal of Political Science. 2010;54 (1) :153-73.
Persily N, Ansolabehere S, Stewart C
Race, Region, and Vote Choice in the 2008 Election: Implications for the Future of the Voting Rights Act
. Harvard Law Review. 2010;123 (6) :1386-1436.
Ansolabehere S, Jones PE
Constituents' Responses to Congressional Roll-Call Voting
. American Journal of Political Science. 2010;54 (3) :583-507.
What Americans Know and Why It Matters for Politics
Midwest Political Science Association Annual National Conference
. Chicago, IL ; 2010.
Tolbert C, Keller A, Donovan T
A Modified National Primary: State Losers and Support for Changing the Presidential Nomination Process
. Political Science Quarterly. 2010;125 (3) :393-424.
Karp J, Tolbert C
Polls and Elections: Support for Nationalizing Presidential Elections
. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 2010;40 (4) :771-793.
Smith DA, Tolbert C
Direct Democracy, Public Opinion, and Candidate Choice
. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2010;74 (1) :85-108.
Rocha R, Tolbert C, Bowen D, Clark C
Race and Turnout: Does Descriptive Representation in State Legislatures Increase Minority Voting?
. Political Research Quarterly. 2010;63 (4) :890-907.
Ansolabehere S, Schaffner B
Residential Mobility, Family Structure and Cell-Only Population
. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2010;74 (2) :244-259.
A Tale of Two Wars: Public Opinion on the U.S. Military Interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq
2009 Annual Meeting
. Toronto: American Political Science Association ; 2009.
The 2008 Presidential and Congressional Elections: Anti-Bush Referendum and Prospects for the Democratic Majority
. Political Science Quarterly. 2009;124 :1-30.
III HMV, McKee S
Swimming with the Tide: Redistricting and Voter Choice in the 2006 Midterm
2009 Annual Meeting
. Midwestern Political Science Association ; 2009.
CCES 2006-2018 Data/Guide
CCES 2018 Data
CCES 2017 Data/Guide
CCES 2016 Data/Guide
CCES 2010-14 Panel Study
CCES 2015 Data/Guide
CCES 2014 Data/Guide
CCES 2013 Data/Guide
CCES 2010-12 Panel Study
CCES 2012 Data/Guide
CCES 2011 Data/Guide
CCES 2010 Data/Guide
CCES 2009 Data/Guide
CCES 2008 Data/Guide
CCES 2007 Data/Guide
CCES 2006 Data/Guide
PORTL 2005 Data/Guide
Announcing the 2019 Cooperative Congressional Election Study
Announcing the 2018 Cooperative Congressional Election Study
Correcting the CCES 2016 Common Content
Announcing the 2017 Cooperative Congressional Election Study
CCES Pre-Election Survey, 2016
Announcing the 2016 Cooperative Congressional Election Study
Are Donation-Based Measures of Ideology Valid Predictors of Individual-Level Policy Preferences?
Reevaluating Competition and Turnout in U.S. House Elections
Does the Ideological Proximity Between Candidates and Voters Affect Voting in U. S. House Elections?
Nationalization in U.S. Senate and Gubernatorial Elections
The Delegate Paradox: Why Polarized Politicians Can Represent Citizens Best
Who Punishes Extremist Nominees? Candidate Ideology and Turning Out the Base in US Elections
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