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.”