April 7th, 2017

Perceptions of Economic Fairness

By Will Bordash ’18 and Brayden Zimmerman ’20 Over the past two months we have analyzed economic optimism from many perspectives, including race, gender, education, age, locality, party identification, ideology,  and favorability of the major candidates from the 2016 Presidential election. We…

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March 24th, 2017

2016 Presidential Election and Economic Optimism

By Will Bordash ’18 and Brayden Zimmerman ’20 Two weeks ago, we looked at Party Identification, Ideology, and Economic Optimism. Here, we look to see what role economic optimism played (if any) in the 2016 Presidential Election.  To begin, we analyze…

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March 3rd, 2017

Party Identification, Ideology, and Economic Optimism

By Will Bordash ’18 and Brayden Zimmerman ’20 Two weeks ago we showed that there is an interesting and significant relationship between locality and economic optimism, and that people of younger generations tend to be more economically optimistic than their elders.…

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