Study shows how seriously investors took the possibility of a democratic revolution during Egypt’s Arab Spring
Election Science articles
This election science section highlights important research in political science as it relates to democracy, the ultimate invention in political science. Technology and science have played a major role in democratic history and this section seeks to constantly reexamine the important ideas behind it all. Be sure to also check out our Election Technology section and our articles on Technology Dissidents, the Internet and Voting or Voting Machines.
The study published in American Politics Research, examines electoral data and considers how voter psychology may impact election results
Science can help the public address an uncertain future. Only a policy of openness will ensure a shared commitment
If town has more sedans than pickup trucks, there’s an 88% chance the city in question voted Democrat
A study conducted by Yale University has shown that people participating in elections do not necessarily make good citizens. While the study shows that there are some who vote that remain law abiding, the rest of the population does not.
McGhee and Shor revolutionized the way we measure redistricting, they now take on top-two voting
Two academics came up with the efficiency gap system that is key to the redistricting case
The data point to one voting method that outshines the other three we looked at: Star Voting
California is fingered as the second most politicized legislature in the country in unique ranking system
Heavy exposure to television can shape your views on violence, gender, science, health and more