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The rise of negative partisanship and the nationalization of US elections in the 21st century
AI Abramowitz, S Webster
Electoral Studies 41, 12-22, 2016
8922016
The ideological foundations of affective polarization in the US electorate
SW Webster, AI Abramowitz
American Politics Research 45 (4), 621-647, 2017
4572017
Negative partisanship: Why Americans dislike parties but behave like rabid partisans
AI Abramowitz, SW Webster
Political Psychology 39, 119-135, 2018
4212018
American rage: How anger shapes our politics
SW Webster
Cambridge University Press, 2020
1132020
Does residential sorting explain geographic polarization?
GJ Martin, SW Webster
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (2), 215-231, 2020
1092020
All politics is national: The rise of negative partisanship and the nationalization of US house and senate elections in the 21st century
A Abramowitz, S Webster
Prepared for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political …, 2015
692015
Anger and declining trust in government in the American electorate
SW Webster
Political Behavior 40, 933-964, 2018
672018
Older, younger, or more similar? The use of age as a voting heuristic
SW Webster, AW Pierce
Social Science Quarterly 100 (3), 635-652, 2019
642019
It’s personal: The Big Five personality traits and negative partisan affect in polarized US politics
SW Webster
American behavioral scientist 62 (1), 127-145, 2018
582018
Emotion and politics: Noncognitive psychological biases in public opinion
SW Webster, B Albertson
Annual review of political science 25, 401-418, 2022
482022
The social consequences of political anger
SW Webster, EC Connors, B Sinclair
The Journal of Politics 84 (3), 1292-1305, 2022
402022
All (Mayoral) Politics Is Local?
S Das, B Sinclair, SW Webster, H Yan
The Journal of Politics 84 (2), 1021-1034, 2022
252022
Partisan Schadenfreude and Candidate Cruelty
SW Webster, AN Glynn, MP Motta
May 11, 2022, 2022
14*2022
Through the ideology of the beholder: how ideology shapes perceptions of partisan groups
J Homola, JC Rogowski, B Sinclair, M Torres, PD Tucker, SW Webster
Political Science Research and Methods 11 (2), 275-292, 2023
13*2023
The role of political elites in eliciting mass-level political anger
SW Webster
The Forum 19 (3), 415-437, 2021
62021
Taking it to a New Level: Negative Partisanship, Voter Anger and the 2016 Presidential Election
AI Abramowitz, SW Webster
State of the Parties Conference, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, 2017
52017
Crime and Presidential Accountability: A Case of Racially Conditioned Issue Ownership
BS Noble, A Reeves, SW Webster
Public Opinion Quarterly 86 (1), 29-50, 2022
22022
It’s personal: The Big Five personality traits and negative partisan affect
SW Webster
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ANGER, NEGATIVE PARTISANSHIP, AND JOY IN THE SUFFERING OF POLITICAL OTHERS
SW Webster, M Adams
2023
Stacy Ulbig. Angry Politics: Partisan Hatred and Political Polarization among College Students
SW Webster
Public Opinion Quarterly 86 (4), 1003-1005, 2022
2022
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