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”.