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Faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences pursue collaborative research agendas linked to political communication. They focus undergraduate students’ attention on the symbiosis between politics and communication, with special emphasis on digital technology’s growing role in campaigns and public policy debates. Faculty affiliated with the Center for Political Communication regularly conduct cutting-edge research through national and statewide public opinion polls. Studies sponsored by the CPC have received coverage in a wide range of news outlets, including the Atlantic, the New York Times, the Washington Post, USA Today, US News & World Report, the Wall Street Journal, Slate, and Wired.

 

 

Survey: Majority of Americans say Muslims are more "Them" than "Us"<p>​Dr. Paul R. Brewer, Research Director, University of Delaware Center for Political Communication</p><p>Dr. Lindsay Hoffman, Associate Director, University of Delaware Center for Political Communication<br></p>Brewer, Dr. Paul R.;Hoffman, Dr. Lindsayhttps://www.cpc.udel.edu/ResearchProject/CPC RABA Logo.PNG
March for Science participants seek evidence-based policies and public support<p>​<span aria-hidden="true"></span>Dr. Barbara Ley, Professor, UD Department of Communication; Dr. Paul R. Brewer, Professor, UD Department of Communication, and Research Director, Center for Political Communication<span aria-hidden="true"></span></p>Brewer, Dr. Paul R.https://www.cpc.udel.edu/ResearchProject/March for Science Apr17 Figure 1.png
Carney leads in Delaware governor race, Blunt Rochester leads in Congressional race<p>​Dr. Paul R. Brewer, Research Director, Center for Political Communication<br></p>Brewer, Dr. Paul R.https://www.cpc.udel.edu/ResearchProject/Delaware state figure 1.png

​CPC research, published in June 2015 in the Journal of Experimental Political Science, examined how social media can influence public opinion about political candidates.

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