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Testing the effects of partisan media on viewers' attitudes

April 13, 2022
Millions of Americans count right-leaning Fox News as their primary source of information about politics and current events. A new working paper co-authored by Yale political...
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Fairness key to police officers gaining civilians’ respect

March 17, 2022
Nobody enjoys being stopped by the police. But civilians who believe the officer interacting with them is attempting to behave fairly are more likely to perceive the officer’...
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AAPSS Fellow Jacob Hacker on Civic Responsibility and the Repair of American Democracy

February 16, 2022
Jacob Hacker, CSAP faculty affiliate and invited Fellow at the American Academy of Political and Social Science (AAPSS) participated in a webinar event, “Civic Responsibility...
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Can Raising the Stakes of Election Outcomes Increase Participation?

February 8, 2022
CSAP faculty Greg Huber and Alan Gerber have a new publication in the British Journal of Political Science, “Can Raising the Stakes of Election Outcomes Increase...
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Huber and Peyton coauthor a study on public support for changes to policing

January 31, 2022
Greg Huber and Kyle Peyton have coauthored a paper with Paige Vaughn, “Mass Support for proposals to reshape policing depends on the implications for crime and safety,”...
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CSAP Faculty Help Boost COVID Vaccinations in Communities of Color

December 17, 2021
Faculty experts at Yale – including CSAP faculty affiliates Alan Gerber, Greg Huber, and Josh Kalla – were members of a team partnering with Made to Save, a...
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Research finds limits of party-specific stereotype reports in measuring misperceptions

December 10, 2021
CSAP Director Gregory Huber and former Yale graduate student Lilla Orr have a new publication out, “Measuring Misperceptions: Limits of Party-Specific Sterotype Reports.” ...