Blog Posts

Is Polling Dead?  Fifteen Eighty Four (Cambridge University Press) (4/4/2024)

If Trump appoints a third justice, the Supreme Court would be the most conservative it’s been since 1950 Washington Post (9/22/2020)

What will it cost to save Washington, D.C.’s renters from COVID-19 eviction?| Brookings (7/23/2020)

Trump makes longtime allies nervous. Here’s how we measured this. | Washington Post (8/31/2018)

Will the Supreme Court really lurch rightward with Trump’s next appointment?  | Washington Post (7/2/2018)

Just how liberal (or conservative) is the Supreme Court? | Vox (2/22/2016)

Who will Obama nominate to replace Scalia? | Washington Post (2/15/2016)

Should Presidents Lead from the Front? | Newsweek (9/2/2015)

Understanding How Marginal Taxes Work: It’s all Party (Yet Again) | YouGov (1/8/2013)

Only 22% Of Americans Think They Are In The 47% | YouGov (10/10/2012)

Can Presidents Persuade? The Gay Marriage Edition | YouGov (8/9/2012)

Has Anthony Kennedy Moved to the Right? Maybe Not. | Washington Post (7/3/2012)

The Law Matters | Washington Post (6/28/2012)

Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! Obama’s Health Care Plan Hits the Supreme Court | OxPol (3/27/2012)

Maybe Bush’s Case for the Iraq War Worked After All | Washington Post (3/17/2012)

The Tea Party and the Patriot Act Vote | Washington Post (2/10/2011)

Co-authored material

The U.S. is still lonely at the United Nations | Washington Post (9/25/2013)

When campaigning backfires: Did a pro-Obama canvass produce McCain supporters? | Washington Post (8/11/13)

Hugo Chavez, the U.S., and Latin America in the United Nations | Washington Post (3/6/2013)