An article in on the influence of newspaper endorsements cited a study by Gabriel Lenz on the effect of newspaper endorsements on the UK's 1997 election. Lenz is an IGS affiliated faculty. 

October 28, 2014

Karen Skelton's op-ed, "Democrats and Republicans haven’t figured out how to talk to women," was published in the Sacramento Bee. Skelton is Vice-Chair of the IGS National Advisory Council. 

October 27, 2014

IGS Library's ballot information resources on the California Choices site were cited in a Fox and Hounds article by Noel Perry.

October 21, 2014

Max Neiman is cited in two San Diego Union Tribune articles: on Attorney General Kamala Harris's criminal justice reports, and on business donations to San Diego's Harborfest event. Neiman is senior research fellow at IGS.

September 23, 2014

Karen Skelton's op-ed on the NFL's handling of domestic violence issues was published in the Sacramento Bee.

September 19, 2014

An op-ed by former IGS grad student Josh Green was published in the Sept. 14 San Francisco Chronicle

September 15, 2014

Recent research by IGS grad student David Broockman exploring how constituents react when legislators take positions they oppose is the subject of articles in the New York and the Daily Cal

September 12, 2014

Ethan Rarick's article on the political affiliations of Latino voters was published in the Berkeley Blog. Rarick is director of the Matsui Center at IGS.

September 3, 2014

In-depth research by Jack Citrin and Ethan Rarick on the political implications of the proposed "6 Californias" ballot measure is the subject of long blog post in the Los Angeles Times, and was also cited in an article on CBSLocal. Citrin is director of IGS; Rarick heads the Matsui Center at IGS. 

August 12, 2014

Research by former IGS grad student Michael F. Salamone is cited in a New York Times article on the effect of unaniminty on the public's perception of Supreme Court opinions.

August 11, 2014