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”.  

August 2016

CNN quoted Philip Veliz in “Teen athletes less likely to abuse opiods”.

The Huffington Post quoted Wayne Baker in “Do You Struggle To Ask For Help?

Jay Ritter and Jerry Davis were quoted by Marketplace in “Why fewer companies are going public with IPOs”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Men Without Full-Time Jobs Are More Likely To Divorce, Study Suggests”.

Sonja Starr was cited by The Atlantic in “When Banning One Kind of Discrimination Results in Another”.

Ronald Inglehart was cited by The Denver Post in “It would be a mistake to ignore Trump voters’ real pain”.  

The Washington Post cited Ronald Inglehart in “Elitism won’t defeat Trumpism”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by The Wall Street Journal in “Are Negative Rates Backfiring? Here’s Some Early Evidence”.

The New York Times quoted Carmen R. Green in “Minorities Suffer From Unequal Pain Treatment”.

CNN cited the Institute for Social Research in “How to get your child to apologize and mean it”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by Reuters in “Gaps in active life expectancy remain between black, white Americans”.

FOX News Channel cited Vicki Freedman in “Gaps in active life expectancy between black, white Americans”.

Vicki Freedman was quoted by Philly.com in “For Aging Blacks, ‘Golden Years’ Often Marred by Disability”.

Vicki Freedman was quoted by U.S. News & World Report, among several other publications in “For Aging Blacks, ‘Golden Years’ Often Marred by Disability”.

Scott E. Page was cited by Bloomberg Businessweek in “Brazil Is Still the Country of the Future”.

CNN quoted Kenneth Langa in “Your parents and longevity are linked”.

Sonja Starr was cited by POLITICO in “Koch group asks members to ‘ban the box’”.

Phil Veliz’s article “Is misuse of prescription painkillers among youth athletes leading to heroin use?” was published by The Conversation.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by GlobalPost in “What should women wear in public? That depends on how you ask”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by KOMO-TV Online in “Do presidential election polls tell the whole story?

Michael Traugott was quoted by WJLA-TV Online in “Do presidential election polls tell the whole story?

The New York Times cited Sonja Starr in “Ban the Box? An Effort to Stop Discrimination May Actually Increase It”.  

The Chicago Tribune cited the Institute for Social Research in “Elderly with no nearby family to help them need safety net”.

Quartz cited the Institute for Social Research in “Denmark has figured out how to teach kids empathy and make them happier adults”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “In a Coastal Town in Muslim-Majority Turkey, Turks Are Divided on France’s Burkini Ban”.

The Detroit News quoted Sonja Starr in “Clinton keeps 4-1 fundraising edge over Trump in Mich.”.

Associated Press cited Richard Miech in “Study finds most teens vaping fruity flavors, not nicotine”.  

HealthDay cited Richard Miech in “Many Teens ‘Vaping’ for Flavor, Not Nicotine”.

Susan Murphy was quoted by Michigan Radio in “Real-time health app could cut down on doctors’ visits”.

LiveScience quoted Elizabeth Armstrong in “Sexual Assault on Campus: Why College Freshmen Face Increased Risk”.  

CBS News Network cited Richard Miech in “What are teens vaping? Some experts are surprised”.

Slate cited Luke Shaefer in “The Odd Conservative Argument That Food Stamps and Medicaid Saved the Poor from Welfare Reform”.

July 2016

FOX News mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Longtime study on voter decision making.”

The Institute for Social Research was cited in several articles, including “More Older Americans Care for at Home” by HealthDay.

The Hill cited the Institute for Social Research in “The not-so-subtle racism in American politics”.

FOX News quoted Kira Birditt in “Partners’ drinking habits influence marriage satisfaction”.

The Detroit News quoted Shervin Assari in “Mad whites more likely to die from heart issues than blacks”.

Kira Birditt was quoted in Click on Detroit’s report “Study: Couples who drink together, stay together”.

United Press International Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Study: Painkillers for teen athletes won’t spur addiction”.

Philly.com cited the Institute for Social Research in “Painkillers for Teen Athletes Won’t Spur Addiction: Study”.

Detroit Free Press quoted Reynolds Farley in “How metro Detroiters view the state of race relations”.

June 2016

Slate quoted Robert Schoeni in “The Failure of Welfare Reform”.

Luke Shaefer was quoted by Slate in “Oh My God – We’re on Welfare?!”

Westside Story Newspaper Online mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “UCR’s African American Family Wellness Center Hosted Successful Reception”.  

Luke Shaefer and colleagues were mentioned in The Economist’s “Sighing for paradise to come”.

Forbes cited the Institute for Social Research in “Is Empathy Dead? How Your Lack of Empathy Damages Your Reputation and Impact As A Leader”.  

Bloomberg News cited Miles Kimball in “Negative Interest Rates Are Nothing to Fear”.

Gerald Davis was quoted by the Daily Herald in “Meet The New Digital Conglomerates: Google, Facebook, Amazon … And Apple?”

Michigan Radio quoted Reynolds Farley in “Detroit neighborhoods not part of city’s resurgence”.

Time cited the Institute for Social Research in “These Unexpected Costs Could Spoil Your Retirement”.

Sonja Starr was quoted by Michigan Radio in “Study: ‘Ban the Box’ laws increase employer racial discrimination.”

The Washington Post quoted Nicholas Valentino in “Americans now think it’s okay to say what they really think about race”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Wall Street Journal Ads Call Out the Paper’s Bias On Climate Change”.

Smithsonian.com cited the Institute for Social Research in “Eight New Things Science Says About Being a Dad”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by CNBC in “Fed needs to be more flexible”.

Daily Herald cited Miles Kimball in “The Fed resembles a defective car – here’s how to fix it”.

TIME cited the Institute for Social Research in “Losing Your Job Could Make You Fat”.

The Atlantic cited the Institute for Social Research in “The Republican Party’s White Strategy”.

Gizmodo quoted Lloyd Johnston in “There Really Is An LSD Shortage, And Here’s Why”.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Richard Curtin in “Election Uncertainty Takes Toll on Business”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by The New York Times in “U.S. Partisanship at Highest in Decades, Pew Study Finds”.

Inside Higher Ed cited the Institute for Social Research in “How Athletes Identify Influences GPA”.

Scott Atran was quoted by ScienceNews in “New studies explore why ordinary people turn terrorist”.

Muniba Saleem was published by The Conversation in “Why bad news for one Muslim American is bad news for all Muslims”.

Pasadena Independent cited the Institute for Social Research in “Monthly Feature: Cooling Off in a California Way”.

Reuters quoted Michael Traugott in “Trump supporters more likely to view blacks negatively”.

David Lam was quoted by several news outlets, including Daily News in “Michigan researcher says world’s population growth will slow”.

MarketWatch cited the Institute for Social Research in “Retirement is making people more miserable than ever before”.

May 2016

Business Insider cited Joshua Ackerman in “There might be an odd link between having a hard time finding a date and making a risky investment”.

Bloomberg News quoted Daniel Reck in “The Super Rich Were the First to Bail During the Financial Crisis”.

The Economic Times quoted Daniel Reck in “Super rich were first to bail in Lehman crisis”.

Ethan Kross was cited by The Huffington Post in “Taming The Inner Troll”.

Ron Lesthaeghe and Lisa Neidert were cited by The New York Times in “The Great Trump Reshuffle”.

Christian Sandvig was mentioned by The Boston Globe in “When software doesn’t play fair”.

The Detroit Free Press quoted Josh Pasek in “Follow live: Obama to visit Flint today amid calls for swifter action”.  

EContent Online quoted Sara Konrath in “The Politics of Social Media”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Slate in “Nagging Is a Class Issue, and Melania Trump Proves It”.

The Chicago Tribune cited Frank Stafford and the Institute for Social Research in “Mother’s Day hardly enough thanks for all moms do, and a study proves it”.  

Vox mentioned Stuart Soroka in “Remember that study saying America is an oligarchy? 3 rebuttals say it’s wrong”.

Fortune published Sandra Tang’s article “How Your Relationship With Your Mom Can Predict Your Success”.

Michael Traugott was mentioned by Equities.com in “First International Online Course On Polls and Surveys launched by AAPOR, ESOMAR, WAPOR and Poynter”.

Keene Sentinel Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Six days worth of commercials: That’s how much watching Netflix instead of cable saves the average TV viewer annually”.

The Washington Post cited Luke Shaefer in “What didn’t happen after Sanders slammed Clinton on helping poor people”.

Richard Curtin was quoted by Bloomberg News in “Congrats on Winning the White House, Here’s Your Recession”.

The Washington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “That’s how much watching Netflix instead of cable saves the average TV viewer annually”.

Bloomberg News cited the Institute for Social Research in “White Americans Retain Big-Spender Status While Blacks Slip, Fed Finds”.

Jenna Bednar was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor Online in “In Flint, is philanthropy stepping in for government?

TIME cited Gerald Davis and Greta Krippner in “American Capitalism’s Great Crisis”.

Denver Post Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Netflix audiences avoid 160 hours of ads”.

Washington Examiner Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Fed: Underemployment is worse than official stats suggest”.

Laura Hamilton was interviewed by Inside Higher Ed in “Q&A with author of new book on how parenting affects student outcomes”.

The Christian Science Monitor cited the Institute for Social Research in “Why synthetic drug busts are so rare”.

The New York Times cited the Institute for Social Research in “Work a Little, Play a Little: A New Retirement Strategy”.

USA Today quoted Michael Traugott in “For the Record: Be Very Afraid”.

NPR quoted Shannon Mejia in “Longtime Couples Get In Sync, In Sickness And In Health”.

Luke Shaefer was mentioned by Vox in “Sweden pays parents for having kids – and it reaps huge benefits. Why doesn’t the US?

The Huffington Post cited Scott E. Page in “Autopsy of My Attempt to Explain Workplace Diversity”.

Sonja Starr was quoted by Mic in “We Now Have Definitive Proof that U.S. Courts Are Racist”.

POLITICO published David Dunning’s article “The Psychological Quirk That Explains Why You Love Donald Trump.”

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Teach Money Skills To Your Middle Schooler This Summer”.

Dallas Morning News – Online quoted Fabian Pfeffer in “The rich got 74 percent richer, while you and everyone else lost money”.

Parent Herald cited the Institute for Social Research in “Media Keeps Preschoolers From Communicating With Their Parents”.

Marketplace quoted Richard Curtin in “Why we’re in the mood to spend a little more”.

April 2016

U.S. News & World Report quoted Anthony King in “Mindfulness Training May Ease PTSD”.

The Institute of Social Research was mentioned by Houston Community Newspapers – Sugar Land Online in “National Institute of Health: Survey results also say…”

The Atlantic quoted Luke Shaefer in “The End of Welfare as We Know It”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by Forbes in “Men Are Living Longer, More Active Lives Than Ever Before. The News Is Not So Good For Women”.

Spring Observer – Online, as well as several other news outlets, cited the Institute for Social Research in “MADD reminds parents of importance of talking with children about alcohol”.

James S. Jackson was quoted by BCNN1 in “The Black Church Has Long Been a Place Where Meals Serve Fellowship with Obesity”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by Auburn Reporter – Online in “Men must learn to cope with longer lives | Gustafson”.

Houston Community Newspapers – Sugar Land Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “MADD reminds parents of importance of talking with children about alcohol”.

Vice Magazine – Online cited Paula Fomby in “Does Living with Step- or Half-Siblings Make Children More Aggressive?

The Denver Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Bridge jobs are making retirement a process, not a one-time event”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Home News Tribune Online in “Parentally Speaking: Youth and alcohol – Are you aware of the problem?

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Help Our Kids Avoid the Snares of Social Media”.

Thomas Buchmueller was quoted by The New York Times in “Despite Fears, Affordable Care Act Has Not Uprooted Employer Coverage”.

New York Post quoted Amanda Sonnega in “’Hip’ Airbnb turns out to be a bonanza for seniors”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by WJLA-TV Online in “Superdelegates face tough choices if Sanders winning streak continues”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Bustle in “6 Reasons You Shouldn’t Feel Bad About Wanting To Spend Your Weeknights Alone”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by The Advocate Online in “Latest Health Research”.

Ulitzer cited the Institute for Social Research in “Beer Institute, Brewers, Beer Importers Recognize Alcohol Awareness Month”.

Arthur Lupia was quoted by The New York Times in “Doorstep Canvassing Can Shift Views on Transgender Rights”.

The Huffington Post mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “A Scientific Study Is About To Expose The Absurd Sexism In STEM”.

Luke Hyde was quoted by Patch in “Temper Tantrums May Be More Than Terrible Twos: Researchers”.

Sandusky Register Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Business roundup”.

Beverly I. Strassmann was quoted by The New York Times in “Fathered by the Mailman? It’s Mostly an Urban Legend”.  

The Telegraph quoted Luke Hyde in “Why the ‘terrible twos’ could be the first step to a life of crime”.

Investment Magazine cited Scott Page in “The importance of diversity in good governance”.  

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by AZCentral.com in “My Turn: Poll says Bruce Merrill will be missed”.

The Detroit News quoted Anthony King in “Healthy Body Healthy Mind expo lets women de-stress”.

The Globe and Mail quoted Dan Kruger in “To have, to hold, to avoid STDs: Science tackles evolution monogamy”.

The New York Times quoted Sunghee Lee in “Poll of British Muslims Reveals Startling Views, but Some Question Methodology”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by AHA News Online in “Tobacco Use Among Middle and High School Students – United States, 2011-2015”.

David Dunning’s “Why the Internet isn’t making us smarter – and how to fight back” was published by The Conversation.

The Wall Street Journal cited the Institute for Social Research in “The Math of Retirement Saving and Spending”.

The Washington Post published Anna Grzymala-Busse’s article titled “Why would Poland make its already strict abortion law draconian?

Michael Traugott was quoted by WJLA-TV – Online in “Choosing presidential candidates ‘feels like democracy,’ but reality is more complicated”.

The Atlantic quoted David Johnson in “The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck”.

Newsweek mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “The Year in Weed: A Month-by-Month Breakdown”.

The Voice quoted Paul Mohai in “Reporting the reporters: Getting the ‘glue’ of the Flint story”.

Bloomberg View quoted Jerry Davis in “Big Companies Still Employ Lots of People”.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Brady T. West in “How Uncle Sam Conducts Surveys”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by TIME in “Happiness Among Retirees Is Declining, No Matter If You’re Rich or Poor”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Early Retirement May Be The Kiss of Death, Study Finds”.

Jerry Davis was cited by The Washington Post in “Big business fears campaign-trail criticisms putting policy priorities at risk”.

March 2016

Vox cited Donald Kinder in “Poll: Donald Trump’s supporters are less racially resentful than Marco Rubio’s”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by Equities.com in “Poll: Trump holds 10-point lead in Michigan GOP primary”.

MSN quoted Kenneth Langa in “Higher Education Levels May Be Lowering Dementia Rates”.

Detroit Free Press cited the Institute for Social Research in “Ever give $500 to bail out a relative? You’re not alone”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Bloomberg News Online in “Detroit Free Press Susan Tompor column.”

Daniel Eisenberg was quoted by Houston Style Online in “Half of Community College Students Confront Mental Health Conditions”.

MSN quoted Vincent Hutchings in “After Super Tuesday drubbing, Sen. Bernie Sanders plots next move”.

Michael Traugott was cited by USA Today in “Ahead of GOP debate, Trump holds 10-point lead in Mich.

Michael Traugott was cited by Poughkeepsie Journal in “Ahead of GOP debate, Trump holds 10-point lead in Mich.

USA Today cited the Institute for Social Research in “Should you lend money to family? Tips and traps”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Prescott eNews in “Study Finds Boys & Girls Club in Prescott & Prescott Valley Are a Good Investment”.

The Miami Herald Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Susan Tompor: Ever give $500 to bail out a relative? You’re not alone.

Daniel Eisenberg’s “In the darkness, unassisted” was published by The Hill Online.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by The Guardian in “I’m fed up of being asked for feedback – when did companies get so needy?

Bloomberg News quoted Mary Gallagher in “A Year After China’s ‘Iron Hand’ Hit Polluters, Air Still Chokes”.

CBC News Network quoted Michael Traugott in “Michigan a ‘new phase’ for Republicans, where John Kasich hopes to challenge Donald Trump”.

Michael Traugott was cited by WJLA – TV Online in “Why some Trump backers feel GOP is hijacking the nomination”.

Bustle cited the Institute for Social Research in “7 Things Everyone Can Do To Feel Happier Throughout The Day”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by Lifezette in “Game On: Sanders Thumps Clinton in Michigan”.

WNYC-AM Online quoted Michael Traugott in “The Hard Truth About Election Polls”.

Rob Stephenson was quoted by Michigan Radio in “To prevent HIV, meet young folks where they are: on their phones”.

James Jackson was quoted by Business Insider in “There’s a disturbing effect of discrimination that no one’s talking about”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by White Mountain Independent in “Boys and Girls Club’s dinner set for tonight”.

Chicago Tribune quoted Arthur Lupia in “Michigan Gov. Snyder confronts the perils of running government like a business”.

Christian Sandvig was quoted by National Public Radio in “Can Computer Programs Be Racist and Sexist?

Miles Kimball was cited by Bloomberg View in “A Cheaper Way to Battle Recession”.

Arthur Lupia was quoted by WDET-FM Online in “Presidential General Election Beginning to Take Shape”.

Sara Konrath was cited by Aspen Times Weekly Online in “Guest Column: Bullies, bystanders, and tattletales”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by several outlets, among them WCVB-TV Online, in “Women live longer but not as well as men, study finds”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Laguna Beach Independent Online in “Club Commissions Economic Impact Study – Laguna Beach Local News”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by HealthDay in “More Older Women Now Living With ‘Moderate’ Disability, Study Shows”.

Michael Traugott and Marian Whitman were quoted by the Detroit Free Press in “Will bold and brash become the new way to campaign?

FOX News Channel cited Vicki Freedman in “Women outlive men but live long years of disability”.

The Huffington Post quoted Elizabeth Armstrong in “What It’s Like to Be a 13-Year-Old on Social Media Today”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by TIME in “Best Jobs for Avoiding Forced Retirement”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Jerome Bettis: Series Of Early Retirements Should Worry NFL”.

The Wall Street Journal mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Financial Crime: a New Twist on the Sex-Offender Registry”.

The Washington Post published a piece by Michael Robbins titled “Yes, you can trust international surveys. Mostly.”

Muniba Saleem was quoted by Michigan Radio in “Study: Exposure to terrorism news increases perception of Muslims as aggressive”.

CNN published William H. Frey’s article “Diversity is an opportunity, not a threat for America”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Associated Press in “For some, leaving workforce continues years after retiring”.

The Denver Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Retiring? It’s not a one-time event now”.