Amenity Proximity and Social Goods
Well, it has been a wonderful hiatus for us all, and we’re coming back at you this summer/fall that much more refreshed and engaged for it. As much of …
Getting some positive responses on our analogous research, so we’re going to share more! In this ongoing series of analogous research and alternative m…
Exploring non-traditional civic participation of immigrants living in the US
As we mentioned last week, Farrah has written this analysis of the paper here: Lessons (and Questions) from the Women’s March. Check it out and let us …
Understanding how measuring protest efficacy is done
I lied! Got the scheduler working, and no break in our weekly updates … yet. As we shared last week, we’d seen some recent research around how we model…
As we mentioned we’d seen some recent research around how we model the likelihood to vote. TL/DR: it’s quite hard, and broadly speaking, the political …
Not quite new, but posting again here: this is a backgrounder we wrote a couple weeks back explaining our current approach to thinking about questions …
Thank you for all your feedback so far! We’re excitingly climbing in subscribers, and getting lots of good questions and comments about the format. Exp…
Thank you new and continued subscribers! Some of you have since asked “but why civic engagement? And why this way?” I wrote a short medium piece here e…
Posts on the American culture of politicos, challenges with the ANES and why we need to rethink civic education We’re currently recruiting and intervie…