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Uscinski, Joseph E., DeWitt, Darin and Atkinson, Matthew D. (2018) Conspiracy theorists helped the Parkland students keep gun control on the national agenda. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Atkinson, Matthew D., DeWitt, Darin and Uscinski, Joseph E. (2018) Just like previous presidents, Donald Trump's political fortunes rise and fall with the economy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Leeper, Thomas J., Cassino, Dan, Uscinski, Joseph E., Tatsak, Jenny, Paul, Newly, Klaas, Brian and Parmar, Inderjeet (2017) President Trump’s inaugural address: USAPP experts react. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Jan 2017). Blog Entry.

Mann, Christopher B. and Uscinski, Joseph E. (2016) Why holding a presidential nominating convention in a swing state matters. USApp– American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Jul 2016). Blog Entry.

Uscinski, Joseph E. (2016) How playing on conspiracy theories can be key to electoral success. USApp– American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Jun 2016). Blog Entry.

Uscinski, Joseph E. (2016) What does Russia’s doping scandal tell us about the nature of political conspiracies? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Jun 2016). Blog Entry.

Uscinski, Joseph E. (2016) It is surprisingly difficult to convince voters of partisan conspiracy theories. Democratic Audit UK (04 Apr 2016). Website.

Uscinski, Joseph E. (2016) If Trump’s rhetoric around conspiracy theories follows him to the White House, it could lead to the violation of rights on a massive scale. Impact of American Politics & Policy Blog (30 Mar 2016). Blog Entry.

Parent, Joseph M. and Uscinski, Joseph E. (2014) Partisanship, history, and people’s predispositions for believing in conspiracies are fuelling fears about Ebola. USApp– American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Nov 2014). Blog Entry.

Uscinski, Joseph E. and Parent, Joseph (2013) The continued traction of Kennedy assassination theories shows that our predispositions towards believing in conspiracies are as strong as ever. LSE American Politics and Policy (21 Nov 2013). Blog Entry.

Uscinski, Joseph E. (2013) Beliefs in conspiracies tend to accord with political attitudes, making it unlikely that any one conspiracy theory will be embraced by the country. LSE American Politics and Policy (USAPP) Blog (17 Sep 2013). Blog Entry.

Uscinski, Joseph E. (2013) Why are conspiracy theories popular? There’s more to it than paranoia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Jun 2013). Blog Entry.

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