Presidential Performance

Adam L. Warber, “Public Outreach, Executive Orders, and the Unilateral Presidency,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 41 (Oct. 2014): pp. 269-288.

Pauline Peretz, “President Nixon’s Broken Promise to ‘Bring the American People Together,’” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 44 (Dec. 2014): pp. 673-696.

Steven P. Nawara, “Who Is Responsible, the Incumbent or the Former President? Motivated Reasoning in Responsibility Attributions,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 45 (March 2015): pp. 110-131.

Travis M. Johnston and Stephen N. Goggin, “Presidential Confidence in Crisis: Blame, Media, and the BP Oil Spill,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 45 (Sept. 2015): pp. 467-489.

Matthew R. Miles, “Folks You Just Can’t Reach: The Genetic Heritability of Presidential Approval,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 45 (Dec. 2015): pp. 760-777.

Andrew Reeves and Jon C. Rogowski, “Public Opinion Toward Presidential Power,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 45 (Dec. 2015): pp. 742-759.

Andrew Reeves and Jon C. Rogowski, “Unilateral Powers, Public Opinion, and the Presidency,” Journal of Politics, Vol. 78 (Jan. 2016): pp. 137-151.

Bruce Buchanan, “Citizen Oversight of Presidential Performance,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 45 (June 2016): pp. 234-263.

David C. Wilson and Tyson King-Meadows, “Perceived Electoral Malfeasance and Resentment over the Election of Barack Obama,” Electoral Studies, Vol. 44 (Dec. 2016): pp. 35-45.

José D. Villalobos and Cigdem V. Sirin, “The Relevance of Emotions in Presidential Public Appeals: Anger’s Conditional Effect on Perceived Risk and Support for Military Interventions,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 47 (March 2017): pp. 146-168.

Gary C. Jacobson, “The Effects of the Early Trump Presidency on Public Attitudes Toward the Republican Party,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 48 (September 2018): pp. 404-435.

David C. Wilson and Darren W. Davis, “Appraisals of President Obama’s Economic Performance: Racial Resentment and Attributional Responsibility,” Electoral Studies, Vol 55 (Oct 2018): 62-72.

Pablo Montagnes, Zachary Peskowitz, and Joshua McCrain, “Bounding Partisan Approval Rates Under Endogenous Partisanship: Why High Presidential Partisan Approval May Not Be What It Seems,” Journal of Politics, Vol 26 (Jan 2019): 321-326.