A paper by Susan Stokes, the Chicago Center on Democracy’s Faculty Director, was referenced in a New York Times opinion piece by Thomas Edsall on April 15, 2020. The paper, Beyond Opportunity Costs: Campaign Messages, Anger and Turnout among the Unemployed, was written with S. Erdem Aytaç and Eli Rau. It explains how anger can drive voter turnout among unemployed people, which has implications for the upcoming U.S. election in November.
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