Carlos Algara
Carlos Algara
Assistant Professor, Department of Politics & Government, Claremont Graduate University
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The interactive effects of scientific knowledge and gender on COVID‐19 social distancing compliance
C Algara, S Fuller, C Hare, S Kazemian
Social Science Quarterly 102 (1), 7-16, 2021
The role of race and scientific trust on support for COVID-19 social distancing measures in the United States
S Kazemian, S Fuller, C Algara
PLoS One 16 (7), e0254127, 2021
The conditioning role of polarization in US senate election outcomes: a direct-election era & voter-level analysis
C Algara
Electoral Studies 59, 1-16, 2019
Partisanship & nationalization in American elections: Evidence from presidential, senatorial, & gubernatorial elections in the US counties, 1872–2020
S Amlani, C Algara
Electoral Studies 73, 102387, 2021
The distorting effects of racial animus on proximity voting in the 2016 elections
C Algara, I Hale
Electoral Studies 58, 58-69, 2019
The conditional effect of scientific knowledge and gender on support for COVID-19 government containment policies in a Partisan America
C Algara, S Fuller, C Hare
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 1075-1083, 2020
Congressional approval and responsible party government: the role of partisanship and ideology in citizen assessments of the contemporary US Congress
C Algara
Political Behavior 45 (1), 33-73, 2023
Nail in the Coffin or Lifeline? Evaluating the Electoral Impact of COVID-19 on President Trump in the 2020 Election
C Algara, S Amlani, S Collitt, I Hale, S Kazemian
Political behavior, 1-29, 2022
Racial attitudes & political cross-pressures in nationalized elections: The case of the Republican coalition in the Trump era
C Algara, I Hale
Electoral Studies 68, 102207, 2020
The Collective “Congress” on the Ballot? A Voter and Aggregate-Level Analysis of Collective Responsibility in Congressional Elections
C Algara
Congress & the Presidency 48 (2), 219-264, 2021
The Member-Level Determinants and Consequences of Party Legislative Obstruction in the US Senate
C Algara, JC Zamadics
American Politics Research 47 (4), 768-802, 2019
Assessing the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccine lotteries: A cross-state synthetic control methods approach
S Fuller, S Kazemian, C Algara, DJ Simmons
Plos one 17 (9), e0274374, 2022
No balance, no problem: Evidence of partisan voting in the 2021 Georgia US Senate runoffs
C Algara, I Hale, CL Struthers
American Politics Research 50 (4), 443-463, 2022
The Rising Electoral Role of Polarization & Implications for Policymaking in the United States Senate: Assessing the Consequences of Polarization in the Senate from 1914–2020
C Algara, S Johnston
The Forum 19 (4), 549-583, 2022
Diachronic equivalence: an examination of the international news network
GA Barnett, C Algara
Social Network Analysis and Mining 9, 1-11, 2019
The Downsian roots of affective polarization
C Algara, R Zur
Electoral Studies 82, 102581, 2023
Incentivizing COVID-19 Vaccination in a Polarized and Partisan United States
C Algara, D Simmons
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 10637717, 2023
Fenno’s Paradox in a Polarized Age: How Polarization Lowers the Mass Public’s Assessments of Congress and Legislators
B Bae, C Algara
Congress & the Presidency 50 (1), 76-107, 2023
For many 2020 presidential election voters, economic concerns about COVID-19 restrictions trumped public health
C Algara, S Amlani, S Collitt, I Hale, S Kazemian
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2022
Ideological cross-pressures or random error? An analysis of spatially inconsistent voting in the US House and US Senate
C Algara, J Zamadics
The Journal of Legislative Studies 28 (2), 243-277, 2022
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