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Harvard CAPS/NRG 2016 Presidential Election Poll

May 11, 2016

POLL SHOWS CLINTON LEADING DESPITE MAJOR PARTY DIVISIONS AND UNFAVORABLE RATINGS FOR BOTH PRESUMPTIVE NOMINEES

Poll of 4,500 Americans conducted by Harvard University’s Center For American Political Studies and the National Research Group indicates Clinton holds a lead but negative attacks could draw the race even.

Cambridge, Mass, May 10, 2016: In a nationwide poll of 4,500 Americans designed by Harvard University Professor Stephen Ansolabehere and longtime pollster Mark J. Penn in collaboration with colleagues and students at Harvard,...

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Campaign Limericks

Campaign Limericks

March 31, 2016

Campaign Limericks is a project by Catherine D'Ignazio, with the Institute for Infinitely Small Things, that quantitatively analyzes recent speeches by the top four presidential candidates. By remixing candidates' top words and phrases on the campaign trail we produce limericks about politics, campaigning and the political process that were never spoken outright (but maybe should have been).

These limericks are data...

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Exhibition of artist Stephen Tourlentes - Of Length and Measures: Prison and the American Landscape

Exhibition of artist Stephen Tourlentes - Of Length and Measures: Prison and the American Landscape

January 20, 2016

Of Length and Measures: Prison and the the American Landscape, an exhibition of artist Stephen Tourlentes black and white photographs of U.S. prisons, shot at night, usually from a distance, was on display at the Center for American Political Studies from January 20 - March 31, 2016. This exhibition highlighted the growing pervasiveness of prisons across the U.S. These complexes are...

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