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Political Science in the News: Faculty Comments and Research on the 2018 Midterm Elections

Posted by: andrewst | November 20, 2018 | No Comment |

As the 2018 midterm elections were closely watched around the country, several CofC political science faculty members weighed in with their perspectives on the contentious campaigns. Check out the links below to see featured news clips, articles, and published research by or about our faculty!

Dr. Karyn Amira

Do People Contrast and Assimilate Candidate Ideology? An Experimental Test of the Projection Hypothesis

Dr. Gibbs Knotts

Fox 24 Charleston: 2018 Midterm Elections with Dr. Gibbs Knotts

Dr. Gibbs Knotts, Dr. Karyn Amira, & Dr. Claire Wofford

American Politics Research: The Southern Accent as Heuristic in American Campaigns and Elections

Dr. Jordan Ragusa

Post and Courier: Democrat Joe Cunningham needs Republicans to win SC, but he might not need many

Post and Courier: Who are the voters in the 1st-District Arrington-Cunningham race? Most weren’t born in SC

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The College’s Political Science Department Analyzes the Midterms

Politics with Pavlinec: Evaluating the Midterms


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