I helped organize, plan, and implement Collective Kentucky Exit Poll (CKEP) project with Benjamin Knoll and Jaclyn Johnson of Centre College and a consortium of five other universities. The CKEP was cited in at least 118 stories including those below:
- Nathaniel Rakich, “What Virginia, Mississippi, and Kentucky can tell us about 2020,” FiveThirtyEight, Nov. 8, 2019.
- Michael Strysick, “Extensive Kentucky governor’s race exit polling led by Centre College offers insights into Bevin-Beshear contest.” Centre College, Nov. 8, 2019.
- Hillary Thornton, “Centre College’s exit polling examines voter trends in governor’s race,” WKYT. Nov. 12, 2019.
- Ben Kleppinger, “Exit Poll: Boyle less polarized than other places,” The Advocate-Messenger. Nov. 8, 2019.
Pax Tecum Global Consultancy, Global Podcast, “Episode 25: Diplomacy in Venezuela,” 05/03/2019.
Pax Tecum Global Consultancy, Global Podcast, “Episode 20: Brazil under Bolsonaro,” 03/29/2019.
Marc Burleigh, “The challenges facing Bolsonaro as he takes power in Brazil,” Agence France Press, 12/27/2018.
WarCast: War on the Rocks, Brazil’s Pivot Under Bolsonaro, 11/16/2018.
War on the Rocks, 11/13/2018: Brazil and Venezuela: A Storm Brewing in Roraima?”(with João Carlos Jarochinski Silva).
The Monkey Cage, The Washington Post, 11/7/2018: Brazil is unpredictable right now. Here are 3 possible scenarios for incoming president Jair Bolsonaro.
Rádio Justiça, 10/30/2018
GLOBALCIT, Global Governance Programme, 10/30/2018: Brazil: the Supreme Electoral Court wiped out voters’ registrations
Mischiefs of Faction, Vox, 10/26/2018: Pollin’ ain’t easy: why did Brazilian pollsters go so badly astray in 2018?
Mischiefs of Faction, Vox, 10/8/2018: Top Pentecostal leaders supported the far right in Brazil’s presidential campaign (with Amy Erica Smith)
TV Câmara, 10/7/2018
Folha de São Paulo. 8/6/2018: “Debates cristalizam preferências e ajudam na escolha de indecisos” (with Lúcio Rennó and André Bello)
The Monkey Cage, The Washington Post, 9/30/2016: “Brazil votes on Sunday for the first time since Rousseff was ousted. What will happen to her party?” (with Fernando Meireles)
The Monkey Cage, The Washington Post, 5/25/2016: “How the Brazilian electoral system led the nation into the current political mess” (with Carlos Oliveira)
The Monkey Cage, The Washington Post, 3/31/2016: “Will Brazil impeach its president? Here’s a handy guide to the process and politics in play” (with Calla Hummel)