Brian Schaffner
Brian Schaffner
Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies, Tufts University
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Tearns without uniforms: the nonpartisan ballot in state and local elections
BF Schaffner, M Streb, G Wright
Political research quarterly 54 (1), 7-30, 2001
3772001
Does survey mode still matter? Findings from a 2010 multi-mode comparison
S Ansolabehere, BF Schaffner
Political Analysis, 285-303, 2014
3532014
The influence of party: Evidence from the state legislatures
GC Wright, BF Schaffner
American Political Science Review, 367-379, 2002
3302002
Understanding white polarization in the 2016 vote for president: The sobering role of racism and sexism
BF Schaffner, M MacWilliams, T Nteta
Political Science Quarterly 133 (1), 9-34, 2018
2972018
The partisan heuristic in low-information elections
BF Schaffner, MJ Streb
Public Opinion Quarterly 66 (4), 559-581, 2002
2352002
CCES common content, 2012
S Ansolabehere, B Schaffner
Harvard Dataverse 3, 2012
1852012
Politics, parties, and elections in America
JF Bibby, BF Schaffner
Thomson/Wadsworth, 2008
1692008
Priming gender: Campaigning on women's issues in US Senate elections
BF Schaffner
American Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 803-817, 2005
1372005
Cooperative congressional election study, 2010: Common content
S Ansolabehere, BF Schaffner
Computer File] Release 1, 2010
1232010
Campaign finance and political polarization: When purists prevail
R La Raja, B Schaffner
University of Michigan Press, 2015
1162015
Winning with words: the origins and impact of political framing
BF Schaffner, PJ Sellers
Routledge, 2009
962009
Targeted campaign appeals and the value of ambiguity
ED Hersh, BF Schaffner
The Journal of Politics 75 (2), 520-534, 2013
952013
The structural determinants of local congressional news coverage
BF Schaffner, PJ Sellers
Political Communication 20 (1), 41-57, 2003
782003
Racial salience and the Obama vote
BF Schaffner
Political Psychology 32 (6), 963-988, 2011
712011
Re-examining the validity of different survey modes for measuring public opinion in the US: Findings from a 2010 multi-mode comparison
S Ansolabehere, BF Schaffner
InAAPOR Annual Conference, Phoenix AZ, 12-15, 2011
712011
Misinformation and motivated reasoning: Responses to economic news in a politicized environment
BF Schaffner, C Roche
Public Opinion Quarterly 81 (1), 86-110, 2016
662016
Winning coverage in the US Senate
PJ Sellers, BF Schaffner
Political Communication 24 (4), 377-391, 2007
622007
Rights or benefits? Explaining the sexual identity gap in American political behavior
B Schaffner, N Senic
Political Research Quarterly 59 (1), 123-132, 2006
592006
Misinformation or expressive responding? What an inauguration crowd can tell us about the source of political misinformation in surveys
BF Schaffner, S Luks
Public Opinion Quarterly 82 (1), 135-147, 2018
582018
Winning coverage: News media portrayals of the women's movement, 1969–2004
M Barakso, BF Schaffner
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 11 (4), 22-44, 2006
582006
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