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Residential concentration, political socialization, and voter turnout
WKT Cho, JG Gimpel, JJ Dyck
Journal of Politics 68 (1), 156-167, 2006
2962006
Distance, Turnout, and the Convenience of Voting*
JJ Dyck, JG Gimpel
Social Science Quarterly 86 (3), 531-548, 2005
2922005
Direct democracy and political efficacy reconsidered
JJ Dyck, EL Lascher
Political Behavior 31 (3), 401-427, 2009
1602009
Registrants, voters, and turnout variability across neighborhoods
JG Gimpel, JJ Dyck, DR Shaw
Political Behavior 26 (4), 343-375, 2004
1522004
Initiated Distrust
JJ Dyck
American Politics Research 37 (4), 539-568, 2009
1102009
The end of welfare as we know it? Durable attitudes in a changing information environment
JJ Dyck, LS Hussey
Public Opinion Quarterly 72 (4), 589-618, 2008
982008
Mobilized by Direct Democracy: Short‐Term Versus Long‐Term Effects and the Geography of Turnout in Ballot Measure Elections*
JJ Dyck, NR Seabrook
Social Science Quarterly 91 (1), 188-208, 2010
872010
Location, knowledge and time pressures in the spatial structure of convenience voting
JG Gimpel, JJ Dyck, DR Shaw
Electoral studies 25 (1), 35-58, 2006
652006
Primary distrust: Political distrust and support for the insurgent candidacies of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders in the 2016 primary
JJ Dyck, S Pearson-Merkowitz, M Coates
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (2), 351-357, 2018
642018
To Know You is Not Necessarily to Love You: The Partisan Mediators of Intergroup Contact
JJ Dyck, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Political Behavior, 1-28, 2013
582013
Political distrust and conservative voting in ballot measure elections
JJ Dyck
Political Research Quarterly 63 (3), 612-626, 2010
462010
Crime and partisanship: How party ID muddles reality, perception, and policy attitudes on crime and guns
S Pearson‐Merkowitz, JJ Dyck
Social Science Quarterly 98 (2), 443-454, 2017
382017
Do ballot initiatives increase general political knowledge?
NR Seabrook, JJ Dyck, EL Lascher
Political Behavior 37, 279-307, 2015
342015
The Conspiracy of Silence: Context and Voting on Gay Marriage Ballot Measures
J Dyck, S Pearson-Merkowitz
Political Research Quarterly 65 (4), 745-757, 2012
342012
When partisans and minorities interact: Interpersonal contact, partisanship, and public opinion preferences on immigration policy
S Pearson‐Merkowitz, A Filindra, JJ Dyck
Social Science Quarterly 97 (2), 311-324, 2016
322016
The effect of local political context on how Americans vote
JJ Dyck, BJ Gaines, DR Shaw
American Politics Research 37 (6), 1088-1115, 2009
322009
Election-year stimuli and the timing of voter registration
JG Gimpel, JJ Dyck, DR Shaw
Party Politics 13 (3), 351-374, 2007
302007
A Blue Tide in the Golden State: Ballot Propositions, Population Change, and Party Identification in California
JJ Dyck, GB Johnson, JT Wasson
American Politics Research 40 (3), 450-475, 2012
292012
Process preferences and voting in direct democratic elections
JJ Dyck, M Baldassare
Public Opinion Quarterly 73 (3), 551-565, 2009
292009
Ballot initiatives and status quo bias
JJ Dyck, S Pearson-Merkowitz
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 19 (2), 180-207, 2019
212019
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