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Yphtach Lelkes
assistant prof, UPenn. political communication, pol psych, public opinion. retweet means we're best friends now.
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Yphtach Lelkes 3h
Replying to @gelliottmorris
Thanks!
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G. Elliott Morris 3h
Replying to @ylelkes
According to the last month of polls: 2020 vote intention among... ...registered voters who approve of Donald Trump: Trump 96% Dem: 4% ...registered voters who disapprove of Trump: Dem 95% Trump: 3%
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Yphtach Lelkes 7h
Replying to @gelliottmorris
Do you have a Crosstab of disapproval versus choosing trump versus d in a trial heat?
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Yphtach Lelkes 22h
Replying to @gelliottmorris
are there lots of cubans in Mississippi?
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Yphtach Lelkes 22h
Replying to @gelliottmorris
your tweet/map is why i looked at this
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Yphtach Lelkes 22h
hispanic approval of trump in Florida has improved by roughly 10% over the past 1.5 years.
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Brendan Nyhan 23h
from my peer review checklist - many are of this variety
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Yphtach Lelkes Nov 11
Replying to @nikkiusher
i don't think they're at all clear anymore, but this indicates that entertainment has particularly pernicious effects on polarization. it's a back door to polarization
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Yphtach Lelkes Nov 11
Replying to @nikkiusher
And frenemies is also great on this front
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Yphtach Lelkes Nov 11
Replying to @nikkiusher
check out this paper, which shows the effect of exposure to partisan media among people who would rather watch entertainment:
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Carolyn Marvin Nov 11
Susan B Anthony: “Let me tell you what I think of bicycling. I think it has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world.” ?
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Matt Grossmann Nov 10
Radio network access homogenized American culture, as seen through radio signals & baby naming patterns; access to media moved white immigrant & black households moved toward mainstream white native names, such as those of baseball players
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Yphtach Lelkes Nov 10
Replying to @jayvanbavel
I imagine this is true in the classroom as well
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Jay Van Bavel Nov 10
Sitting near a superstar can dramatically improve your performance. But once a toxic person shows up, your risk of becoming toxic goes up. While positive spillover is limited to a 25ft radius, but the imprint of toxic workers is across the entire floor.
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Matthew Tyler Nov 8
New working paper! Using actual web browsing histories from a YouGov sample, we present two new facts about how partisans consume political news. First, D’s and R’s both consume news from portal sites (like Yahoo). But exhibit segregation on other sites.
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Yphtach Lelkes Nov 8
Replying to @ntdPhD
I take no pleasure in reporting this
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Yphtach Lelkes Nov 8
Replying to @chrislhayes
Unless the president is a Democrat
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Yphtach Lelkes Nov 8
He’s going to be vp under president donald trump jr, isn’t he?
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Yale Department of Economics Nov 8
In his JMP, Ro'ee Levy conducts an experiment showing that people are willing to engage with opposing news and that such news causally decreases partisan hostility. He finds that Facebook's algorithm filters opposing news and thus may increase polarization.
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Jonathan Schulz Nov 7
Medieval Church shapes European family patterns and ultimately psychology. Our paper on the Church, kinship and psychology out in Science! ( , , J. Beauchamp).
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