There’s a lot of noise created by our constant news cycle, but few ways to grasp what’s really going on in politics today. Not Another Politics Podcast provides a fresh perspective on the biggest political stories by focusing on research and data, not pundits and politicians.

Understand the political science beyond the headlines with Harris School of Public Policy Professors William Howell, Anthony Fowler, and Wioletta Dziuda.

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We’ve been doing this podcast for over a year and we’ve covered a lot of research, but each paper is far from the final word on any topic. On this episode, it’s time to do some updating.
When minority parties delay and obstruct legislation does the majority party end up passing bills that are more moderate? University of Michigan Political Scientist, Christian Fong says yes.
There’s a lot of debate in our politics about whether we should have stricter voter ID laws. Stanford Political Scientist Justin Grimmer gives us a fresh look at whether stricter voter ID laws decrease turnout during elections.
This year the U.S. will go through its decennial redistricting process. Jonathan Rodden, Stanford Professor of Political Science, discusses how we can still end up with minority majority rule, regardless of gerrymandering, due to the urban-rural divide.
Land-use regulations could be causing modern-day segregation. Jessica Trounstine, chair of the political science department a the University of California Merced, discusses why land-use policies aren’t as race-neutral as they seem.
Andrew Guess, Assistant Professor of Politics at Princeton, provides insights into a completely unique data set that complicates our assumptions about America’s “echo chambers” and media diets