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Channeling Influence: How Companies Use Campaign Contributions to Compete

After the 1996 telecom deregulation, American cable, broadband, and phone companies became highly strategic in their campaign finance strategy, using donations to state legislators to gain advantage with appointed regulators. And when their competito...

– University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business


Competence Matters More Than Gender for Women Running for Office

This election has shattered some gender barriers, while at the same time reinforced certain stereotypes that still exist for women. A new Iowa State University study found that gender plays a significant role in how much voters care about a candidate...

– Iowa State University

Political Behavior


New Texas Tech Study Shows Participation, Trust by Hispanics in Politics Has Room for Improvement

The study was conducted by the Thomas Jay Harris Institute for Hispanic & International Communication....

– Texas Tech University


Fictional Leaders Effect How Voters View Presidential Candidates

Could watching fictional characters like Katniss from The Hunger Games or the Doctor in the Doctor Who series influence the way Americans view leadership and consequently affect the outcome of the upcoming presidential election? According to a new...

– University of Vermont


New Study Shows How the US Can Avoid a Debt Disaster

Top-tier research describes ways Congress can curb spending and reduce the national debt....

– University of Texas at San Antonio

The Independent Review


Make America Tweet Again

Computer scientists from the University of Utah’s College of Engineering have developed what they call “sentiment analysis” software that can automatically determine how someone feels based on what they write or say. To test out the accuracy of...

– University of Utah


Interactive U.S. Map Developed by Swarthmore College Students Puts Changes in State Voting Laws Into Context

The interactive map allows users to view changes to various state election voting laws over the past decade from a national perspective....

– Swarthmore College


Shark Race to the White House Finish Date Extended

With the latest news hitting about the race to the White House, Nova Southeastern University is extending its Shark Race to the White House to give its sharks more time to predict the next occupant of the Oval Office!...

– Nova Southeastern University


Panel of Professors Gives UBER a Grade of ‘C’ for ‘Self-Serving’ Endorsement of Nevada Assemblyman

Drexel University’s Institute for Strategic Leadership and the American Marketing Association administered a Real Time Expert Poll © asking a panel of business professors to grade Uber on its move to support the re-election of republican candidate...

– Drexel University


Researchers Study How Religious Organizations Influence Political Efficacy in 2016 Presidential Election

Researchers from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service are studying how politics and religion mesh in the 2016 presidential election. The nonpartisan study is led by Dr. Rebecca Glaz...

– University of Arkansas at Little Rock


Arkansas Poll Finds More Than 50 Percent Support for Trump, Boozman

The 18th annual Arkansas Poll released today found an electorate more optimistic about the economy, but more pessimistic about crime, healthcare, education and politics....

Expert Available

– University of Arkansas, Fayetteville


History, Voting Rights and the Youth Vote: Experts From DePaul University Discuss Election Day

DePaul University faculty experts are available discuss how the presidential, national and local elections relate to various topics in U.S. history, politics and culture. ...

Expert Available

– DePaul University


New University of North Florida Poll Shows Clinton, Rubio and Amendment 2 Hold Leads in Florida

A new poll of likely voters in Florida by the Public Opinion Research Laboratory (PORL) at the University of North Florida, shows that in a four-candidate contest—with Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein—Clinton holds the l...

– University of North Florida


Cal State LA Experts Available for Interviews on Election Issues

– California State University, Los Angeles


Penn State Networking and Security Expert Discusses Voting Machine Security

– Penn State College of Engineering


Bundy Acquittal, Trump Loss May Inspire Future Militia Action: Vanderbilt Expert

– Vanderbilt University


Impact of Clinton email review depends on number of undecided voters

– Skidmore College


Judges Should Be Appointed, Not Elected

– Cornell University


Pre-Election Day Voting Accounts for More Than 1-in-3 Ballots Cast in Recent Presidential Elections, but Has Received Very Little Attention

– Skidmore College


WVU Experts: Faculty Available to Discuss Presidential Election

– West Virginia University


Turmoil in the Health Insurance Marketplaces

– Texas A&M University


#FrenemiesDay: Reconnect with Those You've 'Defriended' on Social Media During Election Season

– Virginia Tech

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