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”.