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Propose Ideas for the ANES 2016 Time Series

Content for the ANES 2016 Time Series Study will primarily evolve from three sources: previous ANES Time Series questionnaires, new questions that performed well in the Pilot Study, and proposals received via the ANES Online Commons (OC) specifically for the Time Series Study.

Proposals for the inclusion of questions directly to the Time Series Study must include clear theoretical and empirical rationales. In other words, these proposals can only include questions that have been asked in previous studies and have proven their merit. All proposals must also clearly state how the questions will increase the value of the Time Series Study. In particular, proposed questions must have the potential to help scholars understand the causes and/or consequences of turnout or candidate choice.

Proposals:

Determinants of Attitudes Toward Immigration

Self-Monitoring

Measuring Contempt toward Candidates in the 2016 Presidential Election

Attitudes towards Services in Spanish

Conspiratorial Thinking in American Politics

Quantitative Predictions of State and National Election Outcomes

 

***** Please note: The following proposals were submitted and reviewed during the previous deadline for the 2106 Pilot Study.

Issue Salience, Ownership, and Cross-Pressures in the American Electorate

Differentiating Discrete Emotions: Contempt and Anger

The Nitty Gritty: The Unexplored Role of Grit and Perseverance in Political Participation

Reasons for Electoral Non-Participation

Support for Diverse Political Candidates

Authoritarianism, Social Dominance, and Generalized Prejudice

The New Identity Frontier: Explaining Public Opinion toward Transgender People & Rights

How Anticipated Emotion Drives Voter Turnout

Propensity-To-Vote (PTV) items

Electoral Politics and Perceptions of Crime, Justice, and the Police

Fear of Racial Favoritism and Opposition to Black Candidates

Fear of Gender Favoritism and Opposition to Women Candidates

Proposal to Drop the Follow-up to the ANES “Duty to Vote” Question for Some Respondents, and to Enhance the Response Categories for the “Care Who Wins” Question