Chandler Case*, Christopher Eddy*, Rahul Hemrajani*, Christopher Howell*, Daniel Lyons*, Yu-Hsien Sung*, and Elizabeth C. Connors. “The Effects of Source Cues and Issue Frames During COVID-19.” Funded by University of South Carolina internal grant. * indicates graduate student. Invitation to revise and resubmit.
Steven Webster, Elizabeth C. Connors, and Betsy Sinclair. “The Social Consequences of Political Anger.” Under review.
Elizabeth C. Connors, Yanna Krupnikov, and Christopher B. Mann. “Too Much Information? Undermining Mobilization Efforts with Information Burden about the Voting Process.” Under review.
Elizabeth C. Connors. “Social Context Shapes Affective Polarization.” Partly funded by TESS. Under review.
Elizabeth C. Connors, Jacob A. Martin, and John Barry Ryan. “Revisiting the Link between Expected Election Outcomes and Turnout.” Under review.
Elizabeth C. Connors, Matthew T. Pietryka and John Barry Ryan. “The Negative Consequences of Political Experts' Social Capital.” Under review.
Select Working Papers:
Elizabeth C. Connors. “Party Foul: How the Rhetorical Use of Political Values is Constrained by Party Ownership.”
Elizabeth C. Connors. “The Strength of People in Politics: Political Attitudes Are Driven by Interpersonal Relationships."
Elizabeth C. Connors. “Talking Politics in Social Settings."
Elizabeth C. Connors, Robert Bird, Yanna Krupnikov, and Samara Klar. “How Low Candidate Approval Affects Partisanship.”
Stanley Feldman, Leonie Huddy, and Elizabeth C. Connors. “The Conditional Nature of Empathy: Support for Children at the Border."