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2002
Bennett, Stephen Earl . Another lesson about public opinion during the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 32, (2), 276-292.
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2006
Gray, Mark M.,  Perl, Paul M.,  Bendyna, Mary E. Camelot only comes but once? John F. Kerry and the Catholic vote. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 36, (2), 203-222.
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2004
Brians, Craig Leonard,  Greene, Steven . Elections: Voter Support and Partisans' (Mis)Perceptions of Presidential Candidates' Abortion Views in 2000. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 34, (2), 412-419.
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1994
Parsons, Karen Toombs . Exploring the 'two presidencies' phenomenon: New evidence from the Truman Administration. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 24, (3), 495 -
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2010
Segura, Gary M.,  Valenzuela, Ali A. Hope, tropes, and dopes: Hispanic and White racial animus in the 2008 election. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 40, (3), 497-514.
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2011
Jacobson, Gary C. Legislative success and political failure: The public's reaction to Barack Obama's early presidency. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 41, (2), 220-243.
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1997
Abelson, Donald E.,  Carberry, Christine M. Policy experts in presidential campaigns: A model of think tank recruitment. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 27, (4), 679-697.
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2009
Mckee, Seth C.,  Hayes, Danny . Polls and elections: Dixie's kingmakers: Stability and change in southern presidential primary electorates. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 39, (2), 400-417.
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2009
Panagopoulos, Costas . Polls and elections: Preelection poll accuracy in the 2008 general elections. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 39, (4), 896-907.
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1999
Cohen, Jeffrey E. The Polls: Favorability Ratings of Presidents. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 29, (3), 690-696.
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2001
Bond, Jon R.,  Fleisher, Richard . The polls: Partisanship and presidential performance evaluations. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 31, (3), 529-540.
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2001
Romero, David W. Requiem for the lightweight: Vice Presidential candidate evaluations and the president vote. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 31, (3), 454-463.
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2003
Miller, Arthur H.,  Klobucar, Thomas F. The role of issues in the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 33, (1), 101-124.
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1998
King, Kimi Lynn,  Meernik, James . The 'Sole Organ' before the Court: Presidential Power in Foreign Policy Cases, 1790-1996. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 28, (3), 666-686.
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2003
McKee, Seth C.,  Shaw, Daron R. Suburban Voting in Presidential Elections. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 33, (1), 125-144.
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2010
Jacobson, Gary A. A tale of two wars: Public opinion on the U.S. military interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 40, (4), 586-610.
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