How to make scientific research more trustworthy

After Brendan Nyhan’s September 2014 New York Times piece advocating changes in scientific journal practices, he and I found ourselves trading e-mails about the… Read More

What 2014 does — and does not — tell us about Asian Americans' voting

As midterm elections drew to a close on Election Day, news outlets released the final results of exit polls from the National Election Pool, which… Read More

What 2014 does — and does not — tell us about Asian Americans’ voting

As midterm elections drew to a close on Election Day, news outlets released the final results of exit polls from the National Election Pool, which… Read More

A recent shift in immigration law will change less than you think

In light of the GOP victories Tuesday, immigration reformers are pessimistic about legislative changes and are turning their attention to President Obama. But even before… Read More

How VA scandals have made the VA better

Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki speaks with the media on Capitol Hill on May 15. (Cliff Owen/AP) Colin Moore is Assistant Professor of… Read More

The surprising parity of the 2012 ground game

Ryan D. Enos and Anthony Fowler are assistant professors at Harvard University’s Department of Government and the University of Chicago’s Harris School of… Read More

Gridlock is bad. The alternative is worse.

Morris P. Fiorina is the Wendt Family Professor of Political Science and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford… Read More

In America, polarization is a problem. In Britain, it could be a solution.

Robert Ford is Lecturer in Politics at the University of Manchester and author (with Matthew Goodwin) of Revolt on the Right: Explaining Support… Read More

Canada is polarizing–and it's because of the parties

Richard Johnston is Canada Research Chair in Public Opinion, Elections, and Representation at the University of British Columbia. Over the last decade, the… Read More

Sure, Congress is polarized. But other legislatures are more so.

David W. Brady is the Bowen H. and Janice Arthur McCoy Professor of Political Science and Leadership Values at Stanford University and the Deputy… Read More