2020 Talks podcast

2020-06-26T23:29:44+00:00

Pacifica Network & Public News Service Lily Bohlke June 18, 2020 Our co director, Jonathan Nagler, told Pacifica Radio about the drawbacks of Facebook allowing users to turn off political ads: “It favors incumbents,” he said. “They just made it harder for challengers [and] I don’t see that as a good thing for American politics.”

2020 Talks podcast2020-06-26T23:29:44+00:00

The coronavirus may force US states to adopt vote-by-mail policies — which usually take decades to implement

2020-05-09T00:14:29+00:00

Business Insider Kara Chin and Mark Abadi May 8, 2020 Voters in most states must request mail-in ballots and, in some cases, provide a reason for their absence. Our co-director, Jonathan Nagler, told Business Insider that these hurdles could depress voter turnout — especially among marginalized groups.

The coronavirus may force US states to adopt vote-by-mail policies — which usually take decades to implement2020-05-09T00:14:29+00:00

The Future Of Trump’s COVID-19 Presidency Is Bleak, Even Among YouTube Commenters

2020-03-23T18:02:54+00:00

Forbes.com Rebecca Bellan March, 13, 2020 YouTube comments about COVID-19 are focusing on President Trump's response to the crisis, according to a recent study. CSMaP Co-director Joshua Tucker explains how public perceptions of Trump's leadership during a global pandemic could affect his re-election prospects in this Forbes.com story.

The Future Of Trump’s COVID-19 Presidency Is Bleak, Even Among YouTube Commenters2020-03-23T18:02:54+00:00

With An Election On The Horizon, Older Adults Get Help Spotting Fake News

2020-02-28T20:45:05+00:00

NPR Sam Gringlas February 26, 2020 NPR spoke with CSMaP affiliate Andy Guess about our Fake News study, which found older adults share misinformation at higher rates. Teaching digital literacy skills to seniors could help solve the problem, he said.

With An Election On The Horizon, Older Adults Get Help Spotting Fake News2020-02-28T20:45:05+00:00