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Matt Levendusky
Matt Levendusky
Professor, Dept of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania
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The origins and consequences of affective polarization in the United States
S Iyengar, Y Lelkes, M Levendusky, N Malhotra, SJ Westwood
Annual review of political science 22, 129-146, 2019
21662019
The partisan sort: How liberals became Democrats and conservatives became Republicans
M Levendusky
University of Chicago Press, 2009
17632009
Comparing the accuracy of RDD telephone surveys and internet surveys conducted with probability and non-probability samples
DS Yeager, JA Krosnick, LC Chang, HS Javitz, MS Levendusky, ...
Public opinion quarterly 75 (4), 709-747, 2011
9122011
Why do partisan media polarize viewers?
MS Levendusky
American Journal of Political Science 57 (3), 611-623, 2013
7262013
American government: Institutions and policies
JQ Wilson, JJ DiIulio, M Bose, M Levendusky
Cengage Learning, 2019
6842019
How partisan media polarize America
M Levendusky
University of Chicago Press, 2013
5342013
Clearer cues, more consistent voters: A benefit of elite polarization
MS Levendusky
Political Behavior 32, 111-131, 2010
4962010
What do we measure when we measure affective polarization?
JN Druckman, MS Levendusky
Public Opinion Quarterly 83 (1), 114-122, 2019
4602019
Americans, not partisans: Can priming American national identity reduce affective polarization?
MS Levendusky
The Journal of Politics 80 (1), 59-70, 2018
4142018
Does media coverage of partisan polarization affect political attitudes?
M Levendusky, N Malhotra
Political Communication 33 (2), 283-301, 2016
4072016
The economic consequences of partisanship in a polarized era
C McConnell, Y Margalit, N Malhotra, M Levendusky
American Journal of Political Science 62 (1), 5-18, 2018
3642018
Affective polarization, local contexts and public opinion in America
JN Druckman, S Klar, Y Krupnikov, M Levendusky, JB Ryan
Nature human behaviour 5 (1), 28-38, 2021
3322021
When backing down is the right decision: Partisanship, new information, and audience costs
MS Levendusky, MC Horowitz
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 323-338, 2012
3042012
Disconnected: The political class versus the people
MP Fiorina, MS Levendusky
Red and blue nation 1, 49-71, 2006
2812006
Partisan media exposure and attitudes toward the opposition
M Levendusky
Political communication 30 (4), 565-581, 2013
2602013
No need to watch: How the effects of partisan media can spread via interpersonal discussions
JN Druckman, MS Levendusky, A McLain
American Journal of Political Science 62 (1), 99-112, 2018
2552018
(Mis) perceptions of partisan polarization in the American public
MS Levendusky, N Malhotra
Public Opinion Quarterly 80 (S1), 378-391, 2016
2162016
Measuring district-level partisanship with implications for the analysis of US elections
MS Levendusky, JC Pope, SD Jackman
The Journal of Politics 70 (3), 736-753, 2008
187*2008
How affective polarization undermines support for democratic norms
J Kingzette, JN Druckman, S Klar, Y Krupnikov, M Levendusky, JB Ryan
Public Opinion Quarterly 85 (2), 663-677, 2021
1732021
How affective polarization shapes Americans’ political beliefs: A study of response to the COVID-19 pandemic
JN Druckman, S Klar, Y Krupnikov, M Levendusky, JB Ryan
Journal of Experimental Political Science 8 (3), 223-234, 2021
163*2021
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