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COLLABORATORS

Clarisa Pérez Armendáriz

Assistant Professor of Politics at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine

 

James Ron

Harold E. Stassen Chair in International Affairs at University of Minnesota

 

Joseph E. Kanhe

Professor of Education at Mills College

 

 

Nam-Jin Lee

Assistant Professor at College of Charleston

 

 

Guadalupe González González

Associate Professor at Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)

 

Jorge Schiavon Uriegas

Associate Professor at Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)

 

Alejandro González Arreola

Director, Gestión Social y Cooperación (GESOC)

 

 

Gerardo Maldonado

Assistant Professor at Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)

 

PROJECTS

México, las Américas y el Mundo
Biannual opinion poll on evaluations of foreign policy, national/supranational identity, migration, human rights, and international relations, carried out in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru.

Human Rights Perceptions Polls
Poll on diffusion of human rights discourse and attitudes towards human rights in Casablanca and Rabat (Morocco), Mumbai (India), Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico in 2012.

Migration & Democratic Diffusion
Series of articles on political values and behaviors migrants learn in host countries and transmit back to sending countries via returns andcross-border communication.

Civic Engagement Research Group
Panel survey of California high school students on civics curriculum and political and community participation.

SURVEYS

ORGANIZATIONS
Survey Organizations and Research Centers

Civic Society Organizations

INTERESTING LINKS

Javier Aparicio Page
Home page of CIDE political science professor.

FiveThirtyEight
Electoral and sports predictions by Nate Silver at the New York Times (subscription required).

Real Clear Politics
Poll aggregator and political news web site.

Simon Jackman on the Huffington Post
Bayesian election forecasting by Stanford University political scientist.

Votamatic
Election forecasting by Emory University political scientist Drew Linzer.