October 2017 Harvard CAPS - Harris Poll looks at public opinion on the state of the Republican and Democratic Parties, Iran Nuclear Deal, Tax Reform, and Hollywood.
The poll also includes a deep-dive on the Supreme Court, which will be released later this Fall.
The ninth Harvard CAPS – Harris poll, released on Monday, October 23, shows sustained confidence in the American economy despite declining sentiments on the direction of the country, the major parties, and the Trump administration.
The Program on Constitutional Government (PCG) is pleased to present a seminar talk with Diana Schaub, "Lincoln on Discoveries and Inventions."
Diana Schaub is Professor of Political Science at Loyola University Maryland. Schaub received both her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. She teaches and writes on a wide range of issues in political philosophy and American political thought. She is the co-editor...
"Do Survey Measures of Racial Prejudice Predict Racial Discrimination? Experimental Evidence on Anti-Black Discrimination in Resource Allocations" - Gregory Huber, Professor in the Department of Political Science, Yale University.
Abstract: Scholars regularly measure whites’ racial attitudes using symbolic racism (racial resentment) and, more rarely, overt prejudice batteries. Symbolic racism is a strong predictor of race-related policy attitudes and...
The Program on Constitutional Government (PCG) is pleased to present a seminar talk with Paul Hollander, "Dictators, Intellectuals, and the Spiritual Problems of Modernity."
Paul Hollander is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a Center Associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University. Born in Hungary, he fled to...
The Program on Constitutional Government (PCG) is pleased to present a seminar talk with Jill Lepore, "Re-reading Federalist No. 1."
Jill Lepore is the David Woods Kemper ’41 Professor of American History at Harvard University. She is also a staff writer at The New Yorker. Lepore writes about American history, law, literature, and politics. She is the author of many award-winning books and is currently writing a history of...
Please join us for the following talk by Chryl Laird, Assistant Professor of Government, Bowdoin College.
"Missing the Mark? An Exploration of Targeted Campaign Advertising’s Effect on Black Political Engagement"
The use of targeted campaign advertising has increased with the hopes of mobilizing black Americans. Past scholarship tends to focus on the effectiveness of targeted appeals for Latinxs, women, and religious...
New Harvard CAPS - Harris Poll looks at public opinion on the Trump administration, the economy, North Korean tensions, and Charlottesville incident.
Poll also tracks the state of the county and differences between Urban, Suburban, and Rural America. Full results will be posted shortly.
The seventh Harvard CAPS – Harris poll, released on Thursday, August 24, shows a slight decline in approval for the Trump administration despite a continued trend of rising optimism on the economy and the administration’s efforts on this front.
New Harvard CAPS - Harris Poll looks in depth at public opinion on crime and safety in America.
Poll also tracks the state of the county and the current healthcare debate.
The sixth Harvard CAPS - Harris Poll, released on July 27, 2017, focused on crime and safety in the U.S. The poll results showmixed perceptions about the country by U.S. voters: a continued optimism in the economy while most voters are concerned by the direction on the country and the direction of the Trump Presidency. The...
The fifth Harvard CAPS - Harris Poll, released on Friday, June 23, finds continued optimism in the economy although perceptions about the direction on the country continue to fall for the fourth month in a row. The poll also finds that a majority of voters say the investigations into Russia and Trump are hurting the country (64%), and a majority (62%) believe they will lead to the end of the Russia inquiry rather than the impeachment of President Trump. Six in 10 voters say they would not impeach President Trump for his actions, and do not think the President’s... Read more about CAPS/Harris Poll on Current Affairs