Joshua N Zingher
Joshua N Zingher
Associate Professor--Old Dominion University
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The ideological and electoral determinants of laws targeting undocumented migrants in the US states
JN Zingher
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 14 (1), 90-117, 2014
From on high: the effect of elite polarization on mass attitudes and behaviors, 1972–2012
JN Zingher, ME Flynn
British Journal of Political Science 48 (1), 23-45, 2018
The electoral effects of the descriptive representation of ethnic minority groups in Australia and the UK
JN Zingher, B Farrer
Party Politics 22 (6), 691-704, 2016
The effects of lawn signs on vote outcomes: Results from four randomized field experiments
DP Green, JS Krasno, A Coppock, BD Farrer, B Lenoir, JN Zingher
Electoral Studies 41, 143-150, 2016
Polarization, demographic change, and white flight from the democratic party
JN Zingher
The Journal of Politics 80 (3), 860-872, 2018
Explaining the nomination of ethnic minority candidates: how party-level factors and district-level factors interact
BD Farrer, JN Zingher
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (4), 467-487, 2018
The spatial and demographic determinants of racial threat
JN Zingher, M Steen Thomas
Social Science Quarterly 95 (4), 1137-1154, 2014
Polarization and the Nationalization of State Legislative Elections
JN Zingher, J Richman
American Politics Research 47 (5), 1036-1054, 2019
An analysis of the changing social bases of America's political parties: 1952–2008
JN Zingher
Electoral Studies 35, 272-282, 2014
Patterns of immigrant political behaviour in Australia: An analysis of immigrant voting in ethnic context
JN Zingher, MS Thomas
Australian Journal of Political Science 47 (3), 377-397, 2012
A global analysis of how losing an election affects voter satisfaction with democracy
B Farrer, JN Zingher
International Political Science Review 40 (4), 518-534, 2019
TRENDS: Diploma divide: Educational attainment and the realignment of the American electorate
JN Zingher
Political Research Quarterly 75 (2), 263-277, 2022
Does polarization affect even the inattentive? Assessing the relationship between political sophistication, policy orientations, and elite cues
JN Zingher, ME Flynn
Electoral Studies 57, 131-142, 2019
An analysis of the changing social bases of America's political parties: Group support in the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections
JN Zingher
Electoral Studies 60, 102042, 2019
On the measurement of social class and its role in shaping white vote choice in the 2016 US presidential election
JN Zingher
Electoral Studies 64, 102119, 2020
Creating a racially polarized electorate: the political fallout of immigration politics in Arizona and California
G Robinson, JS Krasno, JN Zingher, MA Allen
Politics, Groups, and Identities 4 (4), 579-597, 2016
The power of place? Testing the geographic determinants of African‐American and white voter turnout
JN Zingher, EM Moore
Social Science Quarterly 100 (4), 1056-1071, 2019
Political choice in a polarized America: How elite polarization shapes mass behavior
JN Zingher
Oxford University Press, 2022
The relationship between bias and swing ratio in the Electoral College and the outcome of presidential elections
J Zingher
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 26 (2), 232-252, 2016
Whites have fled the Democratic Party. Here's how the nation got there
J Zingher
Washington Post, 2018
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