Michele F. Margolis
Michele F. Margolis
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Separating the shirkers from the workers? Making sure respondents pay attention on self‐administered surveys
AJ Berinsky, MF Margolis, MW Sances
American Journal of Political Science 58 (3), 739-753, 2014
5082014
The political consequences of uninformed voters
A Fowler, M Margolis
Electoral Studies 34, 100-110, 2014
712014
From Politics to the Pews: How Partisanship and the Political Environment Shape Religious Identity
MF Margolis
University of Chicago Press, 2018
702018
How Politics Affects Religion: Partisanship, Socialization, and Religiosity in America
MF Margolis
442017
Can we turn shirkers into workers?
AJ Berinsky, MF Margolis, MW Sances
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 66, 20-28, 2016
372016
Partisan Differences in Nonpartisan Activity: The Case of Charitable Giving
MF Margolis, MW Sances
Political Behavior, 1-26, 2016
29*2016
How Far Does Social Group Influence Reach? Elites, Evangelicals, and Immigration Attitudes
MF Margolis
25*2017
Missing voices: polling and health care
AJ Berinsky, MF Margolis
Journal of health politics, policy and law 36 (6), 975-987, 2011
162011
Cognitive Dissonance, Elections, and Religion: How Partisanship and the Political Landscape Shape Religious Behaviors
MF Margolis
Public Opinion Quarterly 80 (3), 717-740, 2016
142016
Who Wants to Make America Great Again? Understanding Evangelical Support for Donald Trump
MF Margolis
Politics and Religion, 1-30, 2019
102019
Using Screeners to Measure Respondent Attention on Self-Administered Surveys: Which Items and How Many?
AJ Berinsky, MF Margolis, MW Sances, C Warshaw
72019
Implicit Cue-Taking in Elections
AJ Berinsky, J de Benedictis-Kessner, M Goldberg, M Margolis
12014
Generating Generosity in Catholicism and Islam: Beliefs, Institutions, and Public Goods Provision
MF Margolis
REVIEW OF RELIGIOUS RESEARCH 60 (4), 593-594, 2018
2018
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