Chris Tausanovitch
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Measuring Constituent Policy Preferences in Congress, State Legislatures and Cities
CW Chris Tausanovitch
Journal of Politics 75 (2), 330-342, 2013
3942013
Representation in municipal government
C Tausanovitch, C Warshaw
American Political Science Review, 605-641, 2014
2992014
A disconnect in representation? Comparison of trends in congressional and public polarization
SJ Hill, C Tausanovitch
The Journal of Politics 77 (4), 1058-1075, 2015
1242015
Does the Ideological Proximity Between Candidates and Voters Affect Voting in US House Elections?
C Tausanovitch, C Warshaw
Political Behavior 40 (1), 223-245, 2018
54*2018
Geography, uncertainty, and polarization
N McCarty, J Rodden, B Shor, C Tausanovitch, C Warshaw
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (4), 775-794, 2019
42*2019
Estimating candidates’ political orientation in a polarized congress
C Tausanovitch, C Warshaw
Political Analysis 25 (2), 167-187, 2017
352017
Partisan Gerrymandering and the Political Process: Effects on Roll-Call Voting and State Policies
D Caughey, C Tausanovitch, C Warshaw
Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy 16 (4), 453-469, 2017
272017
On the representativeness of primary electorates
J Sides, C Tausanovitch, L Vavreck, C Warshaw
British Journal of Political Science 50 (2), 677-685, 2020
242020
Has joint scaling solved the Achen objection to Miller and Stokes?
JBCT Lewis
232013
Southern realignment, party sorting, and the polarization of American primary electorates, 1958–2012
SJ Hill, C Tausanovitch
Public Choice 176 (1), 107-132, 2018
162018
Income, Ideology, and Representation
C Tausanovitch
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2 (7), 33-50, 2016
15*2016
Democracy Fund+ UCLA Nationscape: Methodology and Representativeness Assessment
C Tausanovitch, L Vavreck, T Reny, AR Hayes, A Rudkin
Los Angeles, CA: University of California at Los Angeles, 2019
72019
Why Are Subnational Governments Responsive?
C Tausanovitch
The Journal of Politics 81 (1), 334-342, 2019
72019
No, Americans have not become more ideologically polarized
SJ Hill, CA Tausanovitch
New York Times, 2015
62015
Quantifying Legislative Uncertainty: A Case Study in Tax Policy
JS Oh, C Tausanovitch
Tax L. Rev. 69, 485, 2015
52015
How Should We Choose Survey Questions to Measure Citizens’ Policy Preferences?
C Tausanovitch, C Warshaw
Working paper, Department of Political Science, Stanford University …, 2012
32012
Gpuideal: Fast Fully Bayesian Estimation of Ideal Points with Massive Data
JB Lewis, C Tausanovitch
Working Paper, 2018
22018
The Politics of COVID-19: Partisan Polarization about the Pandemic Has Increased, but Support for Health Care Reform Hasn’t Moved at All
J Sides, C Tausanovitch, L Vavreck
Harvard Data Science Review, 2020
2020
Measuring the Intensity of Policy Preferences
C Tausanovitch
2018
Political Uncertainty in the Law
JS Oh, C Tausanovitch
Proceedings. Annual Conference on Taxation and Minutes of the Annual Meeting …, 2015
2015
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