For full list of research, see CV.

Alauna Safarpour, Kristin Lunz Trujillo, Jon Green, Caroline Pippert, Jennifer Lin, James Druckman. 2024. “Divisive or Descriptive?: How Americans Understand Critical Race Theory.” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics.

Kristin Lunz Trujillo, Jon Green, Alauna Safarpour, David Lazer, Jennifer Lin, Matthew Motta. 2024.“COVID-19 Spillover Effects onto General Vaccine Attitudes.” Public Opinion Quarterly, nfad059.

Alauna Safarpour. 2021. “Taking Perspective: A Theory of Prejudice Reduction and Political Attitudes.” University of Maryland, Department of Government and Politics. Publisher’s Version

Robin Bayes, James Druckman, and Alauna Safarpour. 3/2022. “Studying Science Inequities: How to Use Surveys to Study Diverse Populations.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 700, 1, Pp. 220-233. 

Alauna Safarpour, SoRelle Wyckoff Gaynor, Stella Rouse, and Michele Swers. 2022. “When Women Run, Voters Will Follow (Sometimes): Examining the Mobilizing Effect of Female Candidates in the 2014 and 2018 Midterm Elections.” Political Behavior. Publisher’s Version

Lisa Bryant, Michael Hanmer, Alauna Safarpour, and Jared McDonald. 2022. “The Power of the State: How Postcards from the State Increased Registration and Turnout in Pennsylvania.” Political Behavior, 44, Pp. 535-549. Publisher’s Version

Alauna Safarpour and Michael Hanmer. 2022. “Information about Coronavirus Exposure Affects Attitudes Towards Voting Methods.” Journal of Experimental Political Science, 9, 1, Pp. 147-151.

Alauna Safarpour. 5/4/2023. “Montana House Rep. Zooey Zephyr’s censure shows that American standards of political decorum are failing.” The Conversation. 

Alauna Safarpour and Ashley Kirzinger. 11/9/2022. “Republican J.D. Vance’s election to Senate fueled by broad appeal across Ohio.” The Washington Post. 

Alauna Safarpour. 11/9/2022. “Women power Hassan to victory in New Hampshire.” The Washington Post.

Alauna Safarpour. 11/8/2022. “Racism viewed as serious problem by majority of voters in early polling.” The Washington Post.

Matthew Baum, Alauna Safarpour, Jonathan Schulman, and Kristin Lunz Trujillo. 11/1/2022. “Abortion is not influencing most voters as the midterms approach – economic issues are predominating in new survey.” The Conversation.

Matthew Baum, Alauna Safarpour, and Kristin Lunz Trujillo. 8/25/2022. “4 reasons why abortion laws often clash with the majority’s preferences in the US, from constitutional design to low voter turnout.” The Conversation.

Matthew Baum, Alauna Safarpour, and Kristin Lunz Trujillo. 7/25/2022. “Overturning Roe is not making laws reflect what people want – new survey highlights flaws in Supreme Court’s reasoning in returning abortion authority to states.” The Conversation.

Alauna Safarpour, Sarah Sunn Bush, and Jennifer Hadden. 2022. “Participation Incentives in a Survey of International Non-Profit Professionals.” Research and Politics.  Publisher’s Version

Roy H. Perlis, Mauricio Santillana, Katherine Ognyanova, Alauna Safarpour, Kristin Lunz Trujillo, Matthew D. Simonson, Jon Green, Alexi Quintana, James Druckman, Matthew A. Baum, and David Lazer. 2022. “Prevalence and Correlates of Long COVID Symptoms Among US Adults.” JAMA Network Open, 5, 10, Pp. e2238804.  Publisher’s Version

Samantha Artiga, Liz Hamel, Audrey Kearney, Mellisha Stokes, and Alauna Safarpour. 7/14/2021. Health and Health Care Experiences of Hispanic Adults.. Kaiser Family Foundation. Publisher’s Version

Liz Hamel, Samantha Artiga, Alauna Safarpour, Mellisha Stokes, and Mollyann Brodie. 5/13/2021. KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor: COVID-19 Vaccine Access, Information, and Experiences Among HispanicAdults in the U.S.. Kaiser Family Foundation. Publisher’s Version

Liz Hamel, Alauna Safarpour, Mellisha Stokes, and Mollyann Brodie. 4/13/2021. KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor: Vaccine Attitudes Among Essential Workers. Kaiser Family Foundation. Publisher’s Version

Alauna Safarpour. 2021. “Taking Perspective: A Theory of Prejudice Reduction and Political Attitudes.” University of Maryland, Department of Government and Politics. Publisher’s Version

David Weigel, Scott Clement, Emily Guskin, Kevin Uhrmacher, Ann Gerhart, Claudia Deane, Alauna Safarpour, and Jocelyn Kiley. 11/4/2020. “Exit poll results and analysis for the 2020 presidential election.” The Washington Post. Publisher’s Version

Gregory Schneider, Laura Vozzella, Emily Guskin, and Alauna Safarpour. 10/23/2020. “Post-Schar School poll: Majority of Virginia voters approve of Northam’s job performance.” The Washington Post. Publisher’s Version

Lenny Bernstein and Alauna Safarpour. 5/20/2020. “Mask shortage for most health-care workers extended into May, Post-Ipsos poll shows.” The Washington Post. Publisher’s Version

Craig Timberg, Drew Harwell, and Alauna Safarpour. 4/29/2020. “Most Americans are not willing or able to use an app tracking coronavirus infections. That’s a problem for Big Tech’s plan to slow the pandemic.” The Washington Post. Publisher’s Version

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