More on Democratic Leftward Turn Survey Experiment

I appreciate all the discussion and critique surrounding my New York Times article that came out earlier this week. It has made me think harder about the structure of my study design and implications of my findings, and I now realize where I could have been clearer in presentation of results (though of course, there are limits to how much detail and rationale I can include in a general audience piece). I wanted to briefly clarify some things in this blog post, and specifically address three common critiques that arose:

  1. Representativeness of progressive policies included in the treatment (e.g. here).
  2. Lack of Republican (or counter-) messaging (e.g. here).
  3. Reactions to leftward shift prime/frame vs. policies themselves (e.g. here).

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