Academic Papers

See research and academic papers generated with data from past surveys sent out by CivicPulse to government officials. 

American Law Enforcement Responses to COVID-19

Forthcoming at Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology Online
October 7, 2020
by Matthew Kugler, Mariana Oliver, Nathan Lee, and Jonathan Chu

Local elected officials’ receptivity to refugee resettlement in the United States

Published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
November 30, 2020
by Robert Shaffer, Lauren E. Pinson, Jonathan A. Chu, and Beth A. Simmons

More Accurate But No Less Polarized: Comparing the Factual Beliefs of Government Officials and the Public

Forthcoming at British Journal of Political Science
November 24, 2020
by Nathan Lee, Brendan Nyhan, Jason Reifler, and D.J. Flynn

Polarization in Subnational Government: Evidence from Surveys of Township, Municipal, County, and State Policymakers

April 2, 2020
by Nathan Lee, Michelangelo Landgrave, and Kirk Bansak

Does Private Regulation Preempt Public Regulation?

Published in the American Political Science Review
February 2019
by Neil Malhotra, Benoît Monin, and Michael Tomz

Peer Perception by Politicians: Evidence from Ultimatum Games Experiments with Incumbent Legislators

March 31, 2019
by Lior Sheffer and Peter John Loewen

Do Policymakers Listen to Experts? Evidence from a National Survey of Local and State Policymakers

June 18, 2020
by Nathan Lee

How Policymakers Evaluate Online versus Offline Constituent Messages

November 30, 2018
by Kaiping Chen, Nathan Lee, and William Marble

Where Do Women Serve? A Comprehensive Analysis of the Gender Gap in U.S. Government

October 30, 2020
by Nathan Lee
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