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”.