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Addition of Biden to Political Field Likened to Grocery Story Aisle by Wake Forest Campaign Expert: Too Many Choices

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University of Utah National Security Expert Amos Guiora Available for Interviews on Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal

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Mapping Alaska and the Arctic: Researcher Available to Discuss Project Announced Today by White House

Michael Willis is an earth and atmospheric sciences research associate at Cornell University and a member of the research team for ArcticDEM – a project announced today by the White House that will develop a high-resolution topographic map of the Arctic that, for the first time, will provide consistent coverage of the entire region to better monitor the effects of climate change. He is available to answer questions about the project, his work and the Arctic region in general.

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Study Uses Internet and Social Media to Show How Fracking Documentary Influenced Public Perception and Political Change

A University of Iowa (UI) sociologist and his co-researchers are the first to use the Internet and social media to systematically show how a documentary film reshaped public perception and ultimately led to municipal bans on hydraulic fracking.

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Unmarried Women: Politically Cohesive, More Concerned About Women’s Status Than Married Counterparts

Why do unmarried women tend to be more liberal and Democratic than their married counterparts? A key reason is because unmarried women — those who have never been married and those who are divorced — are more concerned about the status of women as a collective group, suggests a new study.

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University of Utah Researcher: Republicans Have Happier Marriages Than Democrats

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A new study by University of Utah sociologist Nick Wolfinger and a colleague from the University of Virginia reveals that Republicans tend to be happier in their marriages than Democrats, and are less likely to be divorced. Wolfinger and W. Bradford Wilcox, a sociologist at the University of Virginia, published the study Monday in Family Studies: The Blog of the Institute for Family Studies. Titled “Red Families vs. Blue Families: Which are Happier?,” the findings add to an ongoing debate over which set of political ideals help to lead people to a happy life, said Wolfinger.

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Raises for Elected Representatives Could Lead to Better Representation

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New research shows that paying elected representatives more may result in better policies for voters.

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Debate 101: Expert Offers Five Tips to Equip Viewers to Watch, Analyze Presidential Contests

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Matthew G. Gerber, Ph.D., associate professor of communication and director of Baylor’s nationally recognized debate program, says viewers who are serious about learning about the U.S. presidential candidates should be equipped to cut through the campaign clutter and zero in on their respective messages – or lack thereof.

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Politics Professor Available for Comment on the First Republican Debate

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#ObamaAtAU #Iran @americanu Experts Available for Comment

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Trump’s Authenticity Is What’s Making Him Popular, UB Political Scientist Says

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Texas A&M Presidential Rhetoric Expert Available For GOP Debate Analysis

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Political Science Expert on Nonverbal Communication and Audience Reaction in Presidential Primary Debates Available for Analysis

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Startup Creates Online Resource to Inform Voters About Local and National Candidates

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University of Chicago students and alums have created BallotReady, a free online and mobile voter guide. The project, which started last year, provides tailored, easy-to-digest information on candidates and referendums listed on local ballots. ­

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Wake Forest experts on #GOP debates available to discuss 'Trump phenomenon,' evangelical voters and more

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Religion vs. Politics: #Pope makes environment thorny issue for GOP candidates

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First Republican Debate Highly Anticipated By Public; Campaigns Lower Expectations

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ACA Open Enrollment Periods Associated With Improved Coverage, Access to Care and Health

Results of a national survey that included more than half a million adults indicates significant improvements in trends for self-reported insurance coverage, access to a personal physician and medications, affordability and health after the Affordable Care Act's (ACA's) first and second open enrollment periods, according to a study in the July 28 issue of JAMA, a theme issue on Medicare and Medicaid at 50.

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How to Talk Like a Democrat or Republican: Language Divide Between U.S. Political Parties Reaches Historic High

A new study finds that American political speech has become more polarized across party lines over time, with a clear trend break around 1980, and that current levels are unprecedented.

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Expert Available to Discuss Trump's Statement on McCain's Heroism