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Partisanship and blame in the early days of COVID-19

On Jan. 20, 2020, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported the first American, laboratory-confirmed case of what would eventually be called COVID-19. Two days later, the World Health Organization (WHO) ...

How research is boosting voter turnout

Election research pioneered by UC San Diego political scientist Zoltan Hajnal is not only having a real-world impact in California, but is starting to take root beyond the state.

Republican Party lost core supporters after attack on Capitol

The attack on the US Congress building in January 2021 was a violent manifestation of the deep political polarization in the US. Now Danish research shows that this attack caused even loyal party members to distance themselves ...

Are political parties getting in the way of our health?

Today, the two major political parties are often blamed for a plethora of problems in American governance. But for most of the last century and a half, political party competition has had positive effects on the welfare of ...

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