American Affective Polarization in Comparative Perspective

  title={American Affective Polarization in Comparative Perspective},
  author={Noam Gidron and James Adams and Will Horne},
The Impact of COVID-19 on Trump’s Electoral Demise: The Role of Economic and Democratic Accountability
Did the COVID-19 crisis have a significant effect on Trump’s electoral demise? We present survey experimental evidence on two substantial effects of the pandemic. First, information on the
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Challenges to Subnational Democracy in the United States, Past and Present
  • R. Mickey
  • Political Science, Sociology
    The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
  • 2022
After a half century of stable performance, American democracy is now under threat. The threat emerged from nationalized party competition, but it is made manifest largely in the actions of
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How party polarization shapes the structuring of policy preferences in Europe
A significant body of literature has addressed the impact of party polarization on voting behavior. Yet little is known of the relationship between party polarization and belief systems. The present