Public Research Reports
The following are some of the public-facing reports I have been involved in fielding, analyzing, or writing.
- “From URL to IRL: The Impact of Social Media on People of Color, Women, and LGBTQ+ Communities.” (produced in collaboration with UltraViolet, GLAAD, Women’s March, and Kairos)
- Dream.org Polling Memo: “In Key Battleground States, Climate Change Solutions Supported Across Racial, Ideological Lines”
- Full memo here
- Friedrich Ebert Stiftung 2022 Global Census Poll
- Coverage in Politico Global Insider
- Friedrich Ebert Stiftung 2021 Global Census Poll
- Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Multilateralism Poll
Americans support police reform, even in the reddest states (August, 2020) (Blog post with M. Nayak, and J.L. Ray).
Data for Progress Polling Memo: Voters Support the Biden-Sanders Task Force Recommendations (July, 2020) (with A. Mangan, M. Painter, E. Shell, M. Nayak, J.L. Ray, and M. White)
The partisan gulf in coronavirus concern is shrinking – Republicans and Independents have become increasingly worried about the pandemic in the past week (March, 2020) (Blog post with M. Nayak, and J.L. Ray).
New coronavirus polling shows Americans are responding to the threat unevenly – American voters are treating the pandemic like a partisan issue (March, 2020) (Blog post with M. Nayak, and J.L. Ray).
Data For Progress Polling memo: Voters support more government regulation of social media companies (December, 2019) (with S. McElwee)
Data For Progress Polling memo: Polling on The Green New Deal in Battleground Districts (September, 2019) (with J.NoiseCat, S. McElwee, J.L. Ray, A. Stollwerk, and M.White )
- Data For Progress Polling memo: Favorability of Major Political Figures and Organizations in Battleground Districts (August, 2019) (with S. McElwee, J.L. Ray, and M.H. White).
Google Fellow at Pew Research Center (Position held in Summer 2017)
“Sources shared on Twitter: A case study on Immigration” Pew Research Center (2018) – Part of the Research Team
“Covering President Trump in a Polarized Media Environment” Pew Research Center (2017) – Part of the Research Team
Florida International University
- Boidi, M.F., J.M. Cruz, R. Queirolo, and E.D. Bello-Pardo, “Marijuana Legalization in Uruguay and Beyond”, Florida International University Latin American and Caribbean Center (2015)