Feb. 22, 2019 »
R for Political Data Science Week 8: Four Parties in America? Probably Not Anytime Soon
» Voters are too partisan for America to have four parties.
Feb. 08, 2019 »
R for Political Data Science Week 6: Just How Liberal Are the 2020 Democratic Candidates?
» Many 2020 hopefuls have signed on to the Green New Deal. What exactly does that mean, and how liberal are they?
Feb. 01, 2019 »
R for Political Data Science Week 5: The Ideological Diversity of the American Electorate
» What exactly are the voting preferences of the rumored “economically conservative, socially liberal” voter?
Jan. 25, 2019 »
R for Political Data Science Week 4: What Happens To Our Algorithms When Socialists Vote in Congress?
» Popular algorithms to calculate ideological scores for legislators might miss the meaning of counter-intuitive no votes.
May. 05, 2018 »
Policy Preferences and Mass Belief Systems
Aug. 19, 2017 »
American Political Ideology, A Twitter Bot Approach
» Social media presents us with one of the best ways to expose the ill-constrained political beliefs of 99%
Jul. 27, 2017 »
Have Democrats Really Lunged Left? Maybe Not.
» More Democrats identify as liberal than ever before, but key policy positions have changed little.
Jul. 22, 2017 »
Republican House Members Have Polarized More Than Their Democratic Counterparts
» Using some cool new graphics software to look at how Congress has changed over time.