Peter K. Enns
Peter K. Enns
Professor, Dept of Government & Brooks School of Public Policy, Cornell University
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Inequality and the dynamics of public opinion: The self‐reinforcing link between economic inequality and mass preferences
NJ Kelly, PK Enns
American Journal of Political Science 54 (4), 855-870, 2010
The public's increasing punitiveness and its influence on mass incarceration in the United States
PK Enns
American Journal of Political Science 58 (4), 857-872, 2014
How Public Opinion Constrains the US Supreme Court
CJ Casillas, PK Enns, PC Wohlfarth
American Journal of Political Science 55 (1), 74-88, 2011
Incarceration Nation
PK Enns
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Policy mood and political sophistication: Why everybody moves mood
PK Enns, PM Kellstedt
British Journal of Political Science 38 (3), 433-454, 2008
Public Opinion in the U.S. States: 1956 to 2010
PK Enns, J Koch
State Politics and Policy Quarterly 13 (3), 349-372, 2013
What percentage of Americans have ever had a family member incarcerated?: Evidence from the family history of incarceration survey (FamHIS)
PK Enns, Y Yi, M Comfort, AW Goldman, H Lee, C Muller, S Wakefield, ...
Socius 5, 2378023119829332, 2019
Relative policy support and coincidental representation
PK Enns
Perspectives on Politics 13 (4), 1053-1064, 2015
Who Gets Represented?
PK Enns, C Wlezien
Russell Sage Foundation, 2011
Privatizing punishment: Testing theories of public support for private prison and immigration detention facilities
PK Enns, MD Ramirez
Criminology 56 (3), 546-573, 2018
The Consequences of Partisanship in Economic Perceptions
PK Enns, PM Kellstedt, GE McAvoy
Public Opinion Quarterly 76 (2), 287-310, 2012
The Swing Justice
PK Enns, P Wohlfarth
Journal of Politics 75 (4), 1089-1107, 2013
Conditional Status Quo Bias and Top Income Shares: How US Political Institutions Have Benefited the Rich
PK Enns, NJ Kelly, J Morgan, T Volscho, C Witko
Journal of Politics 76 (2), 289-303, 2014
Does the label really matter? Evidence that the US public continues to doubt “global warming” more than “climate change”
JP Schuldt, PK Enns, V Cavaliere
Climatic Change 143, 271-280, 2017
Group Opinion and the Study of Representation
PK Enns, C Wlezien
Who Gets Represented?, 2011
The Role of Partisanship in Aggregate Opinion
PK Enns, GE McAvoy
Political Behavior 34 (4), 627-651, 2012
Understanding the 2016 US presidential polls: The importance of hidden Trump supporters
PK Enns, J Lagodny, JP Schuldt
Statistics, Politics and Policy 8 (1), 41-63, 2017
Hijacking the agenda: Economic power and political influence
C Witko, J Morgan, NJ Kelly, PK Enns
Russell Sage Foundation, 2021
Don’t jettison the general error correction model just yet: A practical guide to avoiding spurious regression with the GECM
PK Enns, NJ Kelly, T Masaki, PC Wohlfarth
Research & Politics 3 (2), 2053168016643345, 2016
Presidential Campaigns and the Fundamentals Reconsidered
PK Enns, B Richman
Journal of Politics 75 (3), 803-820, 2013
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