Dr. Alauna Safarpour is a political scientist and pollster at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy. Her research interests include prejudice reduction, political participation, and public opinion.
- EPR: A Theory of Prejudice Reduction and Support for Racial Policies
- Women power Hassan to victory in New Hampshire.
- Republican J.D. Vance’s election to Senate fueled by broad appeal across Ohio.
- Racism viewed as serious problem by majority of voters in early polling.
- Abortion is not influencing most voters as the midterms approach – economic issues are predominating in new survey
- Prevalence and Correlates of Long COVID Symptoms Among US Adults
- Participation Incentives in a Survey of International Non-Profit Professionals
- 4 reasons why abortion laws often clash with the majority’s preferences in the US, from constitutional design to low voter turnout.
- Overturning Roe is not making laws reflect what people want - new survey highlights flaws in Supreme Court's reasoning in returning abortion authority to states.
- The Power of the State: How Postcards from the State Increased Registration and Turnout in Pennsylvania.
- Information about Coronavirus Exposure Affects Attitudes Towards Voting Methods.
- Studying Science Inequities: How to Use Surveys to Study Diverse Populations.
- When Women Run, Voters Will Follow (Sometimes): Examining the Mobilizing Effect of Female Candidates in the 2014 and 2018 Midterm Elections.
- Taking Perspective: A Theory of Prejudice Reduction and Political Attitudes
- KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor: Vaccine Attitudes Among Essential Workers