Political attitudes
“Winning, Losing, and the Dynamics of External Political Efficacy.” With Matthew P. Hitt. International Journal of Public Opinion Research.
“Religion and Attitudes Toward Redistributive Policies Among Americans.” With Angela Farizao, James C. Garand, and Laura R. Olson. Political Research Quarterly[replication files]
“Responsiveness and the Rules of the Game: How Disproportionality Affects Winners’ and Losers’ Perceptions of External Efficacy.” Electoral Studies.


Sorting and polarization
“Religion and Partisan-Ideological Sorting, 1984-2016.” Accepted for publication, Social Science Quarterly. [pdf]
“Party polarization, Media Choice, and Mass Partisan-Ideological Sorting.” 
With Johanna Dunaway. Public Opinion Quarterly.
“Objectivity and Information Bias in Campaign News.” With Johanna L. Dunaway, Jeremy Padgett, and Rosanne M. Scholl. Journal of Communication.


Voting behavior
“Sorting and the Split-Ticket: Evidence from Presidential and Subpresidential Elections.” With Lilliana Mason. Political Behavior
“The Role of Indifference in Split-Ticket Voting.” Political Behavior


Essays

“No, disgruntled primary losers won’t vote for the other party in November. Here’s why.” With Matthew P. Hitt. The Monkey Cage
“Donald Trump attracts poor voters with multiple Republican identities.” With Lilliana Mason. Vox: Mischiefs of Faction   
The money bail system places undue burden on the incarcerated poor – but risk informed release can change that.” With Dottie Carmichael, Heather Caspers, Trey Marchbanks and George Naufal. LSE US Centre – USAPP