Egan, Patrick J.
WORK IN PROGRESS
Double-Peaked Policy Preferences and "Do Something" Politics (under review)
The Supreme Court, the Elected Branches, and Public Opinion: A Reexamination (co-authored with Anna Harvey) (under review)
Egan, Patrick J. Partisan Priorities: How Issue Ownership Drives and Distorts American Politics. Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press, August 2013. (Click here for prospectus.)
Egan, Patrick J. and Megan Mullin. 2012. "Turning Personal Experience into Political Attitudes: The Effect of Local Weather on Americans' Perceptions about Global Warming." Journal of Politics 74(3): 796-809.
Egan, Patrick J. 2012. "Group Cohesion without Group Mobilization: The Case of Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals." British Journal of Political Science 42: 597-616
Egan, Patrick J. 2011. "Public Opinion, the Media, and Social Issues." in The Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media, Lawrence R. Jacobs and Robert Y. Shapiro eds.
Persily, Nathaniel, Jack Citrin and Patrick J. Egan, eds. 2008. Public Opinion and Constitutional Controversy. Oxford University Press.
Egan, Patrick J., Nathaniel Persily, and Kevin Wallsten. 2008. "Gay Rights." In Public Opinion and Constitutional Controversy, eds. Nathaniel Persily, Jack Citrin and Patrick J. Egan. Oxford University Press.
Goux, Darhsan, Patrick J. Egan, and Jack Citrin. 2008. "The War on Terror and Civil Liberties." In Public Opinion and Constitutional Controversy, eds. Nathaniel Persily, Jack Citrin and Patrick J. Egan. Oxford University Press.
Egan, Patrick J. and Kenneth Sherrill. 2005. "Marriage and the Shifting Priorities of a New Generation of Lesbians and Gays." PS: Political Science and Politics.
Bruce E. Cain, Patrick J. Egan and Sergio Fabbrini. 2003. "Toward More Open Democracies: The Expansion of Freedom of Information Laws," In Democracy Transformed? Expanding Political Opportunities in Advanced Industrial Democracies, eds. Bruce E. Cain, Russell J. Dalton, and Susan E. Scarrow. Oxford University Press.
Persily, Nathaniel A., Thad Kousser and Patrick J. Egan. 2002. "The Complicated Impact of One Person, One Vote on Political Competition and Representation." North Carolina Law Review.
The Declining Culture of Guns and Violence in the United StatesThe Monkey Cage blog's most-read post in 2012.
Discrepancies Between Polls and Election ResultsFindings from a Decade of Polling on Ballot Measures Regarding the Legal Status of Same-Sex Couples. 2010.
The Hard SellThe politics of Obama's Afghanistan troop surge. Co-authored with Josh Tucker in The New Republic, 2009.
Court Decisions and Trends in Support for Same-Sex MarriageCo-authored with Nathaniel Persily in The Polling Report. 2009.
Bloomberg's Limited WinGood government advocates portrayed the extension of term limits for New York City elected officials in 2008 as a "power grab" by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. In this New York Times op-ed piece, I argue that the change actually boosted the institutional power of City Council to act as a democratic check on executive power.
A First-Ever Political Survey of Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals with a Probability-Based SampleOur report on the first political survey ever to be fielded with a probability-based sample of lesbians, gays and bisexuals (conducted with Murray S. Edelman and Kenneth Sherrill). 2008.
Neither an In-Law Nor Outlaw BeOver-time trends in Americans' attitudes toward gay people. With Kenneth Sherrill. (Public Opinion Pros, February 2005.)
Updated on 04/29/2013