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American National Election Study (ANES) Series RSS

Investigator(s): Warren E. Miller et al. and the National Election Studies

The American National Election Study (ANES), begun in 1948, is the oldest continuous series of survey data investigating electoral behavior and attitudes in the United States. The focus of the survey includes voter perceptions of the major political parties, the candidates, national and international issues, and of the importance of the election. Also explored are voter expectations about the outcome of the election, degree of voter interest in politics, political affiliation and voting history, as well as participation in the electoral process. ANES interviews are conducted before and after presidential elections and after national congressional elections. Post-election interviews include questions on actual voting behavior and voter reflections about the election outcome.

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2014
Wemlinger, Elizabeth . The gender gap and torture: Opposition to torture among men and women in the USA. Social Science Journal. 51, (1), 113-119.
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2013
Fullerton, Andrew S.,  Stern, Michael J. Racial differences in the gender gap in political participation in the American South, 1952-2004. Social Science History. 37, (2), 145-176.
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2013
Muste, Christopher P. The dynamics of immigration opinion in the United States, 1992-2012. Public Opinion Quarterly. 77, (1), 398-416.
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2012
Brenner, Philip S. Investigating the effect of bias in survey measures of church attendance. Sociology of Religion. 73, (4), 361-383.
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2012
Monogan, Jamie . Immigration politics and partisan realignment. Twelfth Annual Conference on State Politics and Policy. Houston, TX.
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2011
Brenner, Philip S. Exceptional behavior or exceptional identity? Overreporting of church attendance in the U.S.. Public Opinion Quarterly. 75, (1), 19-41.
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2011
Raymond, Christopher . The continued salience of religious voting in the United States, Germany, and Great Britain. Electoral Studies. 30, 125-135.
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2010
Deufel, Benjamin J.,  Kedar, Orit . Race and turnout in U.S. elections: Exposing hidden effects. Public Opinion Quarterly. 74, (2), 286-318.
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2010
Fullerton, Andrew S.,  Stern, Michael J. Explaining the persistence and eventual decline of the gender gap in voter registration and turnout in the American South, 1956-1980. Social Science History. 34, (2), 129-170.
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2010
Reingold, Beth,  Harrell, Jessica . The impact of descriptive representation on women's political engagement: Does party matter?. Political Research Quarterly. 63, (2), 280-294.
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