Joseph Bafumi
Joseph Bafumi
Dartmouth College
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Leapfrog representation and extremism: A study of American voters and their members in Congress
J Bafumi, MC Herron
American Political Science Review 104 (3), 519-542, 2010
A new partisan voter
J Bafumi, RY Shapiro
The journal of politics 71 (1), 1-24, 2009
Bayesian multilevel estimation with poststratification: State-level estimates from national polls
DK Park, A Gelman, J Bafumi
Political Analysis 12 (4), 375-385, 2004
Rich state, poor state, red state, blue state: What's the matter with Connecticut?
A Gelman, B Shor, J Bafumi, D Park
Poor State, Red State, Blue State: What's the Matter with Connecticut, 2005
Practical issues in implementing and understanding Bayesian ideal point estimation
J Bafumi, A Gelman, DK Park, N Kaplan
Political Analysis 13 (2), 171-187, 2005
A Bayesian multilevel modeling approach to time-series cross-sectional data
B Shor, J Bafumi, L Keele, D Park
Political Analysis 15 (2), 165-181, 2007
Standard voting power indexes do not work: an empirical analysis
A Gelman, JN Katz, J Bafumi
British Journal of Political Science 34 (4), 657-674, 2004
State-level opinions from national surveys: Poststratification using multilevel logistic regression
DK Park, A Gelman, J Bafumi
Public opinion in state politics, 209-28, 2006
Fitting multilevel models when predictors and group effects correlate
J Bafumi, A Gelman
Available at SSRN 1010095, 2007
Balancing, generic polls and midterm congressional elections
J Bafumi, RS Erikson, C Wlezien
The Journal of Politics 72 (3), 705-719, 2010
Was the 2000 presidential election predictable?
RS Erikson, J Bafumi, B Wilson
PS: Political Science & Politics 34 (4), 815-819, 2001
Preference aggregation, representation, and elected American political institutions
J Bafumi, M Herron
Unpublished manuscript, 2007
Forecasting house seats from generic congressional polls: the 2010 midterm election
J Bafumi, RS Erikson, C Wlezien
PS: Political Science & Politics 43 (4), 633-636, 2010
International polarity and America's polarization
J Bafumi, JM Parent
International Politics 49, 1-35, 2012
The stubborn American voter
J Bafumi
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, 2004
Prejudice, black threat, and the racist voter in the 2008 presidential election
J Bafumi, M Herron
Strategy, Money and Technology in the 2008 Presidential Election, 67-81, 2014
Of polarity and polarization
JM Parent, J Bafumi, CA Kupchan, PL Trubowitz
International Security 33 (1), 170-173, 2008
Alvin Greene? Who? How Did He Win the United States Senate Nomination in South Carolina?
J Bafumi, MC Herron, SJ Hill, JB Lewis
Election Law Journal 11 (4), 358-379, 2012
Red State
A Gelman, D Park, B Shor, J Cortina
Blue State, Rich State, Poor State: Why Americans Vote the Way They Do, 2008
National Polls, District Information, and House Seats: Forecasting the 2014 Midterm Election
J Bafumi, RS Erikson, C Wlezien
PS: Political Science & Politics 47 (4), 775-778, 2014
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