Latino immigrants (N=1,304) were interviewed by telephone during and/or immediately after the 2012 national elections in the US. Much of the instrumentation drew from the American National Election Study, so that immigrants could be compared to the public...
The debate over possible bias in the use of deadly force has recently been exacerbated by highly publicized killings of African American males around the country. While much research has been conducted examining police behavior, little has been done to inv...
The belief that removing Confederate icons from public spaces violates free expression rights occasionally makes its way into the national discourse. Because rights-based claims represent ostensibly race-neutral justification for supporting Confederate sym...
We use an original panel dataset to explore the impact of economic pressure on the way journalists report terrorism. This dataset combines data about terrorist attacks in the U.S., presidential endorsements by newspapers, ownership and profit informa...
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Civil liberties are a linchpin of liberal democracy, and are central to the practice and discourse of American politics. However, there is little research exploring whether or to what extent group attitudes influence public opinion on constitutionally guar...
2016-2017 Latino Immigrant National Election Study (LINES) PIs: James A. McCann and Michael Jones-Correa Study Details Sampling population Foreign-born Latinos over eighteen; contact information obtained from marketing research firms. For further...
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