June 2017

Martha Bailey was featured by Salon in “As the GOP attacks on birth control increase, a new paper demonstrates its economic value.”

Terri Orbuch and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by She‘Said’ in “He’s Not Your Forever Person Unless He Does These 3 Things.”

O Globo quoted Vincent Hutchings in “Former FBI director hearing may lead Republican stampede.”

Ethan Kross was mentioned by The New York Times in “The Benefits of Talking to Yourself.”

Forty-four outlets, including Reuters, mentioned Joy Bohyun Jang in “Teen drunkenness linked to an early grave.”

Paul Mohai was mentioned by Bloomberg BNA in “For Polluted Communities, Data Drives Action; Will Trump Listen?

Three outlets, including The Michigan Daily, mentioned Frank Stafford and the Institute for Social Research in “Study finds women entering workforce crucial to economic growth.”

Walter R. Mebane, Jr. co-authored “Were 2016 vote counts in Michigan and Wisconsin hacked? We double-checked.” in The Washington Post.

Naked Capitalism published “Health Reform in the Age of Trump,” co-authored by Thomas Buchmueller and Helen Levy.

Four sources, including News Center – University of Buffalo, mentioned Health and Retirement Study and the Institute for Social Research in “Cultural background plays role in patients’ decision to have mammograms.”

James Hilton was mentioned by Times Higher Education in “World Reputation Rankings 2017: results announced.”

SFGate and 43 other sources published “Matchmaker, matchmaker, find me a school: College admissions in China,” written by Yan Chen.

Ethan Kross was quoted by the Times of India and one other source in “Talking to yourself isn’t just a quirk. It helps.”

The Washington Post and 14 other sources, mentioned Ronald Inglehart in “From polygamy to pornography, Americans are getting more permissive.”

Reynolds Farley was quoted by Michigan Chronicle in “Detroiters in poverty face nearly insurmountable obstacles.”

myScience mentioned Paul Rhode in “Economic recovery elusive after natural disasters.”

Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research was mentioned by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service in “About the NNS Open Housing anniversary series.”

BioMed Central mentioned the National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging in a study called “Changes in perceived uselessness and risks for mortality: evidence from a National sample of older adults in China.”

The Measures for Effective Teaching Program was mentioned by The Emporia Gazette in “Bolin hired by USD 253.”

EurekAlert! and two other sources mentioned Arthur Lupia in “Handbook of the Science of Science Communication published by Oxford.”

Arun Agrawal wrote “To slow climate change, India joins the renewable energy revolution,” published in The Conversation and 42 other sources.

MSN.com and three other sources mentioned Mary Gallagher and the Center for Chinese Studies in “Culture Clash at a Chinese-Owned Plant in Ohio.”

Mark Tessler co-authored “Palestinians don’t trust institutions. What that means for peace 50 years after the Arab-Israeli War.,” published in The Washington Post.

The Washington Post and nine other sources published “Were 2016 vote counts in Michigan and Wisconsin hacked? We double-checked.,” co-written by Walter R. Mebane, Jr.

Health and Retirement Study was mentioned by Alzheimer’s News Today in “Study Reveals Factors That Increase People’s Fear of Developing Alzheimer’s.”

Winston-Salem Journal cited Monitoring the Future in “National survey finds youth smoking rate at record low 8 percent.”

Healthy Minds Study and Monitoring the Future were mentioned by Newsweek in “Pot on Campus: Marijuana Use Is Up For Underage College Kids.”

TVN featured Richard Nisbett in “There’s still no good reason to believe black-white IQ differences are due to genes.”

Christian Davenport was quoted by Vox in “Is America descending into political violence again? I asked 12 experts.”

The Washington Post published “Duterte has put part of the Philippines under martial law. Here’s how dangerous that can be.,” co-written by Christopher J. Fariss.

Surveys of Consumers was referenced by Nasdaq and two other sources in “Wall Street Aims To Bounce Back.”

Surveys of Consumers was mentioned by RTT News in “Gold Pauses After Recent Drubbing.”

Surveys of Consumers was cited by RTT News in “Crude Oil Steadies Near $45 Ahead Of Rig Count.”

Surveys of Consumers was referenced by RTT News and three other sources in “Dollar Falls Vs Most Majors Ahead of U.S. Consumer Sentiment Index.”

Lawrence University News featured Richard Price in “Lawrence honors eight alumni for achievement, service at 2017 Reunion.”

Robert J. Willis was mentioned by Forbes in “What Could Help Americans Work More Years.”

The Conversation published “Can people ‘like me’ go to college? Inequality and dreams of higher ed,” co-written by Daphna Oyserman.

Surveys of Consumers was mentioned by CPA Practice Advisor in “Consumer View of Economy Remains High.”

Michael Traugott was quoted by Estadão in “Trump, on suspicion of obstruction of justice.”

May 2017

Donald Kinder and the Center for Political Studies were mentioned by The University Record in “U-M professor elected to the National Academy of Sciences.”

EurekAlert mentioned Donald Kinder and the Center for Political Studies in “National Academy of Sciences members and foreign associates elected.”

Matthew Shapiro was quoted by NPR/National Public Radio in “Consequences of Government Shutdowns.”

Michigan News mentioned Thomas Buchmueller and Helen Levy in “New health care bill: U-M experts can discuss.”

Arthur Lupia, Ron Lesthaeghe, Lisa Neidert, and the Population Studies Center were mentioned by the New York Times in “President Trump Is the Enemy of Their Enemies.”

Infertility Over 40, Fertility After 40, Pregnancy Over 40 cited research by William Axinn, Jennifer Barber, and Arland Thornton, and mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Unwanted Babies, May Be Infertile as Adults.”

Health and Retirement Study, David Weir, and the Survey Research Center were cited by usbank in “Planning For Health as You Transition into Retirement.”

WKAR mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Universities reverse course, start selling alcohol at sporting events: MSU next?

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by ThurstonTalk in “Sequoia’s Treehouse Summer Camps Send Kids Outside.”

Detroit Free Press quoted Teri Orbuch in “What they said about marriage.”

Robert Mickey was mentioned by The New York Times in “Comey’s Firing Tests Strength of the ‘Guardrails of Democracy’.”

The Washington Post mentioned Thomas C. Buchmueller in “An obvious way to fight the opioid epidemic – and make doctors’ lives easier.”

Richard Curtin was mentioned by The Wall Street Journal in “For Small Businesses, Lower Tax Rates Top Estate Tax Repeal.”

The Ticker Tape cited the Health and Retirement Study in “Five Ingredients to the Secret Sauce of Happiness in Retirement.”

Sonja B. Starr was quoted by The New York Times in “Sessions to Toughen Rules on Prosecuting Drug Crimes.”

The Christian Science Monitor mentioned Megan Patrick in “Liberating students from a drinking culture.”

David Johnson and the Panel Study of Income Dynamics were cited by Michigan News in “Rich get richer: U-M study shows changes in income, spending of America’s families.”

National Public Radio – WBEZ Chicago interviewed David Lam in “Youth Unemployment is Rising Across the World.”

Teri Orbuch was mentioned by Nigeria News in “The Best Things to Say Before, During, and After S*x to Always Make Her Want More.”

WVPR Vermont Public Radio mentioned Ethan Kross in a broadcast on 5/17/2017.

Richard Nisbett co-authored “Charles Murray is once again peddling junk science about race and IQ” in Vox.

The Christian Science Monitor mentioned Robert Mickey in “Democracy experts to Trump: Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.”

The Health and Retirement Study was referenced by CNBC in “Frugal retirees ditch 4 percent rule, hoard saving instead.”

The Michigan Daily featured H. Luke Shaefer in “Author H. Luke Shaefer shares his research on poverty in the United States.”

Richard Nisbett was mentioned by MSN in “Why you shouldn’t always listen to the office Hippo (that’s Highest-Paid Person’s Opinion).”

The Huffington Post UK referenced research done by Ethan Kross in “Five Tips For Maintaining A Healthy Relationship With Social Media.”

Estadão mentioned Arthur Lupia in “Approval among Republican voter leaves Trump away from impeachment.”

Michael Traugott was mentioned by O Globo in “Trump creates climate that encourages espionage.”

Michigan News mentioned Joy Bohyun Jang, Megan Patrick, Monitoring the Future, and the Survey Research Center in “Black youth, teen girls, see slower decline in frequent binge drinking.”

Joy Bohyun Jang, Megan Patrick, and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by 177 outlets, including HealthDay in “Fewer U.S. Teens Are Boozing It Up.”

Michigan News mentioned Eric Dubow, L. Rowell Huesmann, Paul Boxer, the Institute for Social Research, and the Research Center for Group Dynamics in “Political violence gets under kids’ skin—and may stay.”

Richard Nisbett was mentioned by The New York Times in “Some Social Scientists Are Tired of Asking for Permission.”

USA Today referenced the Health and Retirement Study in “Frugal retirees ditch 4% rule, hoard savings instead.”

Joseph Ryan was mentioned by MLive in “Ann Arbor lawmaker says he wants to end ‘school-to-prison pipeline’.”

CNN referenced Election Dynamics, done by Center for Political Studies, in “Hillary Clinton’s ‘email’ problem was bigger than anyone realized.”

Ronald Inglehart was mentioned by The Economist in “Don’t write off populists just yet.”

The Washington Post mentioned William H. Frey in “The New Deal as raw deal for blacks in segregated communities.”

Surveys of Consumers were referenced by Michigan News in “May sentiment remains high amid partisanship.”

MLive mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Trump’s proposed budget cuts could ‘cripple’ University of Michigan research.”

Eighty-nine outlets, including BloombergView and Business Insider, referenced the May 2017 Surveys of Consumers in “The Housing Moment Investors Dread Is Here” and “Stocks just got a majorly bullish signal.”

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by 74 outlets, including Scienmag, in “With $58M grant, U-M researchers will push research and health care forward with community’s help.”

Forbes mentioned Monitoring the Future in “Senators’ Letter To FDA Commissioner Gottlieb Perpetuates Misconceptions About E-Cigarettes.”

Megan Patrick and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by US Daily Review in “Move Over ‘Binge Drinking,’ Now This.”

Vox mentioned Luke Shaefer in “What happens if you replace every social program with universal basic income.”

Surveys of Consumers and Richard Curtin were mentioned by Michigan Ag Connection in “May Sentiment Remains High Amid Partisanship.”

MLive quoted Joseph Ryan in “Suspending students linked to ‘school-to-prison’ pipeline, officials say.”

Kristen Harrison was quoted by CBS News in “The danger for kids who know snack food brand names.”

April 2017

Detroit Free Press Online published an article written by Thomas Buchmueller, Helen Levy, and colleague called “How to protect Michigan’s insurance market.”

John Bound was quoted by The Boston Globe in “In Trump era, tech visas get a hard look.”

Surgical Products Online mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Honest May Not Be The Best Policy For Hospital Safety Grades, Study Suggests.”

Research from the Surveys of Consumers was cited by GlobeNewswire in “Economic Optimism Dips Slightly but Remains in Positive Territory According to Latest IBD/TIPP Poll.”

Jim Morrow was quoted by O Globo in “Trump government takes tough stance against Assad and presses Russia.”

Intelligencer Online mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Burlington County’s women attorneys earn 41 percent less than men.”

Terri Orbuch was mentioned by Thrillist in “How to Merge Lives With Your Significant Other Without Losing Your Own.”

The Institute for Research on Innovation and Science was mentioned by Inside Higher Ed in “Communicating the Value of University Research When Science is Under Attack.”

Reuters cited research from the Surveys of Consumers in “Bullish but thrifty U.S. consumers present puzzle.”

Research from the Surveys of Consumers was cited by Business Insider in “Here’s how you’ll know if Trump is making America’s economy great again.”

O Globo quoted Jim Morrow in “US Attack on Syria Threatens Trump Strategy.”

Heather Ann Thompson, Population Studies Center, and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by MLive in “University of Michigan professor wins Pulitzer Prize in history.”

Detroit Free Press quoted Mark Tessler in “Most Arabs believe foreign intervention gave rise to ISIS, survey finds.”

Jerry Davis was mentioned by Crain’s Detroit Business in “Gig work could prevent working poor from getting ahead.”

The Detroit News mentioned William H. Frey and the Institute for Social Research in “A new life for historic Temple Beth El.”

Richard Miech and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by ten outlets, including HealthDay, in “College Now the Place to Try Pot: Study.”

MinnPost mentioned Population Studies Center and the Institute for Social Research in “Minnesota is the king of state rankings. Is the state really among the best, or just among the best at getting good grades?

Mary Gallagher was mentioned by O Globo in “Signs changed in US foreign policy are evident with Korea.”

March 2017

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by The Indy in “Club’s Impact Yields a Daily Tally.”

The Hill cited the Institute for Social Research in “Trump’s early economic success reveals Obama failures, could presage 2020 landslide.”

The Health and Retirement Study was referenced by The Detroit News in “Healthy Michigan in limbo with House GOP overhaul.”

Next Avenue mentioned Kira Birditt in “The 6 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Your Adult Child.”

James Hilton was mentioned by MLive in “UM launches digital teach-out series focusing on current topics.”

New York Post referenced the Panel Study of Income Dynamics in “Children of single parents grow up just as successful as peers.”

NPR cited data associated with the Institute for Research on Innovation and Science in “Trump Administration Proposes Big Cuts in Medical Research.”

Work by Sara Konrath and Yioryos Nardis was referenced by Bustle in “30 Reasons You Need To Do A Digital Detox Right Now.”

The Chicago Tribune mentioned Carolyn Yoon in “Can Siri or Alexa replace your need for friends? Well, maybe.”

David Dunning was mentioned by NYMag in “Even Work-Life Balancing Experts Are Awful at Balancing Work and Life.”

The New York Times featured Scott Page in “Diversity, the Opportunity.”

Institute for Research on Innovation and Science collaborator Bruce Weinberg wrote a piece in The Conversation called “Who feels the pain of science research budget cuts?

February 2017

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by Watchdog.org in “Texas lawmaker wants to raise tobacco age, dent vaping in the process.”

The New York Times cited Andrew D. Martin in “Where Neil Gorsuch Would Fit on the Supreme Court.”

Josh Pasek was mentioned by The Detroit News in “Feighan: Taking a ‘digital Sabbath’ for clarity’s sake.”

Crain’s Detroit Business mentioned Hoyt Bleakley in “Immigration’s economic impact: Businesses worry over order’s effect.”

Fabian Pfeffer and Robert Schoeni were mentioned by the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder in “As threat of poverty grows, we must continue the fight against it.”

Hour Detroit mentioned Ethan Kross in “Battling Cardiovascular Disease.”

Four outlets, including Health, mentioned Richard Miech and the Institute for Social Research in “E-Cigs May Be ‘Bridge’ to Teens’ Tobacco Use.”

Robert Sellers was mentioned by The Detroit News in “Alleged bias incidents probed at UM.”

Three outlets, including Daily Herald, mentioned Terri Orbuch in “Radio Program ‘In Your Right Mind’ Will Explore Love vs. Lust in a New Broadcast on 790 AM KABC.”

The Michigan Daily mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Jack Hu outlines progress made in research initiatives at University over past year as VP.”

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Click On Detroit in “Binge drinking rates highest among college students, survey finds.”

Three outlets, including MLive, mentioned William Axinn in “Sexual assault on college campuses topic of UM panel discussion.”

Josh Pasek was mentioned by The Detroit News in “Michigan lawmakers make their mark on social media.”

January 2017

H. Luke Shaefer was mentioned by KCBS-AM in a broadcast on 1/3/2017.

FOX News mentioned Philip Veliz in “Teen drug use may not be tied to sports participation.”

Ronald Inglehart was mentioned by The New York Times in “A Threat to U.S. Democracy: Political Dysfunction.”

WRAL.com cited Lloyd Johnston, Monitoring the Future, and the Institute for Social Research in “Parenting may be factor in decline of alcohol and drug abuse in American teens.”

Helen Levy and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by four outlets, including IT Business Net, in “Medicaid expansion boosts Michigan’s economy and will more than pay for itself, U-M study finds.”

Detroit Free Press cited Vincent Hutchings in “What happens with Trump, Clinton supporters in a room?

The Michigan Daily mentioned RacismLab and the Institute for Social Research in two articles, including “Claudia Rankine discusses American racism through her poetry.”

Robert Sellers was mentioned by MLive in “Martin Luther King Jr. told U-M crowd to live as brother or face dying as fools.”

The New York Times mentioned Jerry Davis in “A Rare Corner of Finance Where Women Dominate.”

Poverty Solutions and H. Luke Shaefer were cited by two outlets, including Crain’s Detroit Business in “University of Michigan projects to address poverty.”

The Hill mentioned Survey of Consumers in “Perception is reality: households still don’t expect rising prices.”

Poverty Solutions and Luke Shaefer were mentioned by MLive in “U-M anti-poverty effort seeks to tackle issue, make ‘real difference’.”

The Chicago Tribune cited Monitoring the Future in “Vlad the Extinguisher.”

Colleen Seifert was mentioned by POLITICO Magazine in “Trump’s Lies vs. Your Brain.”

The Detroit Free Press mentioned Hoyt Bleakley in “It’s official policy now: Trump to renegotiate NAFTA.”

Yan Chen and the Institute for Social Research were cited by Philanthropy News Digest in “Team-Based Approach Boosts Charitable Lending, Studies find.”

Five outlets, including Health, mentioned Arline Geronimus, Nicole Novak, and the Institute for Social Research in “Deportation Fears Tied to Poor Birth Outcomes for Hispanics.”

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by Tech Times in “Your Roommate’s Genes Can Influence Your Health: Study.”

The Michigan Daily mentioned the Institute for Social Research and Daniel Kruger in “University research discovers link between phantom phone calls and cell phone dependency.”

Two outlets, including Becker’s Hospital Review, mentioned Helen Levy and the Institute for Social Research in “Unpaid bills, charity care down 50% at Michigan hospitals after Medicaid expansion.”

December 2016

Gerald Davis was mentioned by Capital Public Radio in “Companies and Creating Jobs.”

Fifteen outlets, including The Washington Post and Chicago Tribune, mentioned David Weir in “U.S. life expectancy declines for the first time since 1993” and “Report: U.S. life expectancy dropped in 2015.”

Richard Miech and colleagues were quoted by Health Online in “Many Teens ‘Vaping’ for Flavor, Not Nicotine.”

WWJ-TV cited the Institute for Social Research in “Downward Trend of Dementia.”

Monitoring the Future and Richard Miech were mentioned by the Orlando Sentinel in “Teens are cutting back on drugs, alcohol, smoking, and even electronic cigarettes, study finds.”

Ten outlets, including the Bradenton Herald mentioned Monitoring the Future and Lloyd Johnston in “The upside of compulsive video-gaming may be less drug use among U.S. teens.”

Monitoring the Future and Lloyd Johnson were mentioned in twenty outlets, including The Arizona Republic, in “There’s hope: Fewer teens are doing drugs than ever before.”

MINNPOST cited the Institute for Social Research in “Why Minnesota might run out of workers.”

Monitoring the Future and Richard Miech were mentioned by the American Journal of Managed Care in “NIH-Funded Survey Reports Decline in Vaping and Use of Hookahs, Cigarettes by Teens.”

The Filipino Reporter mentioned L. Rowell Huesmann in “Some medical facts, myths good to know.”

Michael Traugott was quoted by FoxNews.com in “Where does Warren stand? Liberal icon tangling with Dems, base.”

Becker’s Hospital Review Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Marriage linked to higher chance of stroke survival.”

Alexandra Stern was interviewed by KXJZ-FM in “California’s Forced Sterilizations.”

The New York Post mentioned Monitoring the Future and Richard Miech in “More baby boomers are turning to pot and booze.”

Alexandra Stern was quoted by The New York Times in “California Today: Wrestling with a Legacy of Eugenics.”

24/7 Wall St. mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Consumer Confidence Rushes Higher – University of Michigan.”

November 2016

Kira Birditt was quoted by seven outlets including, philly.com in “Stressed Out Mate Bad for Your Waistline.”

The Michigan Daily mentioned and quoted John García, Mara Ostfeld, and Vanessa Cruz Nichols in “Panelists discuss how Latinos can mobilize in the upcoming election.”

Jewish Exponent cited the Institute for Social Research in “How to Survive Election-Related Stress.”

Walter Mebane was mentioned by Detroit Free Press in “Cyber ‘SWAT’ teams gird for Election Day trouble.”

Michael Traugott was quoted by Bridge in “Got polling fever? Five points for surviving until the election results tonight.”

Reuters mentioned Michael Traugott in “At under $5 each, Trump’s votes came cheap.”

Bridge quoted Michael Traugott in “Dewey defeats Truman 2.0, and why so many pollsters were blindsided by Trump.”

The Mercury News cited the Institute for Social Research in “Magid: Helping Melania Trump combat cyber-bullying.”

Detroit Free Press featured Robert Sellers in “Robert Sellers: From U-M protester to school’s chief diversity officer.”

Vincent L. Hutchings was mentioned by O Globo in “Popular pressure as counterpoint to Donald Trump.”

Jowei Chen was mentioned by The New York Times in “As American as Apple Pie? The Rural Vote’s Disproportionate Slice of Power.”

Detroit Free Press mentioned Lloyd Johnston in “Former Fox 2 anchor with MS joins the politics of pot.”

Ronald Inglehart was mentioned by The New York Times in “‘White Nationalism,’ Explained

Surgical Products Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “What Makes Patients More Likely to Land Back in the Hospital? Social Factors Play Key Role.”

The Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by The Michigan Daily in “Survey temporarily discontinued amid slow progress on sustainability awareness.”

The Michigan Daily cited the Institute for Social Research in “University faculty reflect on role of Latino voters, polarization in election.”

October 2016

Penza News cited Arthur Lupia in “The first round of debate between the candidates for US president did not reveal a clear leader.”

Sonja Starr and her research were cited in The Wall Street Journal article “‘Ban the Box’ Laws May Worsen Hiring Discrimination, New Research Finds”.

Research conducted at the Institute for Social Research was referenced in a Fusion article entitled “How your partner’s stress can affect your waistline”.

Cosmopolitan mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “The Upsetting Connection Between Your Partner’s Stress and Your Weight”.

The Washington Post published research by Josh Pasek, Michael Traugott, and co-investigator Ozan Kuru in “If my candidate is behind, the poll must be biased”.

The Institute for Social Research was referenced in the Detroit Free Press article “New University of Michigan initiative takes aim at poverty in America”.

Stanford News mentioned the Institute of Social Research in “Sean Reardon will be part of study of Common Core’s impacts”.

The Washington Post cited Catherine Massey and co-researcher’s in “Striking new research on inequality: ‘Whatever you thought, it’s worse’.”

The Journal discussed The Institute for Social Research in “U Michigan to Lead $5 Million Common Core Study”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by Campus Technology in “University of Michigan Wins $5 Million Grant to Study Common Core”.

The Korea Times mentioned the Ronald Inglehart in “Placing populist revolt in its place”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned in Inside Higher Ed’s article “Michigan’s ‘Next Step’ in Technology”.

iheartintelligence.com cited Institute for Social Research studies in “25 Things NOT To Say To Your Kids”.  

Kira Birditt and the Institute for Social Research were cited in Epoch Times’ “Your Stress Can Add Inches to Your Spouse’s Waist”.

Paul Mohai was featured in a Scientific American podcast titled “Flint’s Water and Environmental Justice”.

The Institute for Social Research research was referenced by Science World Report in “Researchers Linked Marital Stress To Increased Risk of Obesity”.

Before It’s News cited Kira Birditt in “Older Adults Gain Weight When Spouse Is Stressed Out”.

Walter Mebane was quoted by NPR in “5 Reasons (And Then Some) Not to Worry About A ‘Rigged’ Election”.

Nature quoted Frederick Conrad in “The polling crisis: How to tell what people really think”.

Thomas Buchmueller’s article “How America’s Next President Should Tackle Obamacare” was published by Fortune.

The Washington Post published an article by Mark Tessler and a co-author entitled “Talk of rigged elections undermines democracy”.

The Conversation published Jerry Davis’s “Corporate America’s old boys’ club is dead – and that’s why Big Business couldn’t stop Trump”.

Fusion quoted Sonja Starr in “Ban the box: Why laws to stop hiring discrimination actually make it worse”.

September 2016

Daniel Kruger was quoted by msn in “The Problem With Renèe Zellweger’s Face Is Us”.

Gerald Davis was quoted by MarketWatch in “This Labor Day, let’s acknowledge why our job-creation machine is broken”.

Before It’s News cited Richard Miech and the Institute for Social Research in “Most Adolescent Vapers Are Not Nicotine Users”.

CNN cited the Institute for Social Research in “Moral Mondays pastor: Trump’s hypocrisy toward blacks”.

Associated Press quoted Stephen Garcia in “The biggest what? Dubai seeks glory in obscure world records”.

The Huffington Post referenced the Institute for Social Research in “Opioid Epidemic Greatly Exaggerated?

The Washington Post published Pauline Jones’s article “Uzbekistan had the same president for 25 years. What happens now?

Sandra Tang’s research was referenced in Business Insider’s article “Science says parents of successful kids have these 16 things in common”.  

Ethan Kross’s research was referenced by NPR in “Facebook And Mortality: Why Your Incessant Joy Gives Me The Blues”.

Nicholas Valentino and Ted Brader were referenced in The Atlantic’s “Fear of a Female President”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited approximately eight times, including in “College students using more pot, but fewer opioids by CBS News.

The Huffington Post quoted Michael Traugott in “HUFFPOLLSTER: Weekend Polls Show Hillary Clinton Leading An Increasingly Tight Race”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by The Chronicle of Higher Education in “Colleges Embrace Streetwise Tactics to Prevent Substance-Abuse Deaths”.

Helen Levy was quoted by nj.com in “Obamacare helping push N.J.’s uninsured rate to all-time low, data shows”.

Richard Curtin was quoted by US News & World Report in “Presidential Election ‘Biggest Threat’ to U.S. Economy for Most Americans”.

Luke Shaefer was quoted by NPR in “Focus On The Growing Economic Disparity in Washtenaw County”.

Bloomberg BNA quoted Helen Levy in “Census: Uninsured Rate Dips Below 10 Percent”.

PBS Newshour published a column by Gerald Davis titled “Column: The rise and fall of the U.S. corporation”.

Richard Miech and colleagues were quoted by Forbes in “Two New Studies Discredit the CDC’s Dire Warnings About E-Cigarettes And Teenagers”.

Before It’s News quoted Kenneth Warner in “More Evidence That Vaping Is Not a Gateway to Smoking.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Universal Daily News in “Marijuana use popular among U.S. college students, including Chinese Americans”.  

Inside Higher Ed mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “MOOC-based master’s degree initiative expands globally”.

The New York Times cited Andrew D. Martin and colleagues in “How Clinton’s or Trump’s Nominees Could Affect the Balance of the Supreme Court”.

The Wall Street Journal Online mentioned Richard Miech in “Can Breathing Oils and Herbs Aid Calm and Well-Being?

The Conversation published Jerry Davis’s article “When did Che Guevara become CEO? The roots of the new corporate activism”.

The New York Times quoted Arthur Lupia in “The Minivan vs. the Maserati”.

Ronald Inglehart was cited by The New Yorker in “West Elm Gets into Hotels and Gender Politics”.

U.S. News & World Report quoted Katherine Gold in “Doctors Often Neglect Their Own Mental Health”.

Tyler Shumway was cited by USA Today in “Are stocks headed to the moon?”

Bloomberg cited Nicholas Valentino, Ted Brader, and Ashley Jardina in “The Real Reason So Many Americans Oppose Immigration”.

The Conversation published Kenneth Langa and co-author Roger Albin’s article “Why dementia burden may be less than feared”.