Journal of Politics

(The TQCC of Journal of Politics is 16. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Political Homophily in Social Relationships: Evidence from Online Dating Behavior210
Getting Out the Vote in Local Elections: Results from Six Door-to-Door Canvassing Experiments168
Subnational Appointments in Authoritarian Regimes: Evidence from Russian Gubernatorial Appointments167
Disentangling Accountability and Competence in Elections: Evidence from U.S. Term Limits147
The Effects of Participation on Political Efficacy and Political Support: Evidence from a West German Panel133
The Foundations of Latino Voter Partisanship: Evidence from the 2000 Election121
Views from Inside the Net: How Websites Affect Young Adults' Political Interest121
Civic Culture and Democracy from Europe to America115
The Muted Consequences of Correct Information about Immigration109
Constituency Service under Nondemocratic Rule: Evidence from China99
A Study of Presidential Campaign Event Effects from 1952 to 199295
Multi-Member Districts and the Representation of Women: Evidence from Britain and the United States93
Does "Motor Voter" Work? Evidence from State-Level Data90
Minorities and Direct Legislation: Evidence from California Ballot Proposition Elections90
How Legislators Respond to Localized Economic Shocks: Evidence from Chinese Import Competition83
Intergroup Violence and Political Attitudes: Evidence from a Dividing Sudan79
Do Televised Presidential Ads Increase Voter Turnout? Evidence from a Natural Experiment77
Quota Legislation and the Election of Women: Learning from the Costa Rican Experience73
Under What Conditions Do Presidents Resort to Decree Power? Theory and Evidence from the Brazilian Case69
The Mismeasure of Campaign Spending: Evidence from the 1990 U.S. House Elections69
Does Global Warming Increase Public Concern about Climate Change?68
Determining the Causes of Irredentism: Logit Analyses of Minorities at Risk Data from the 1980s and 1990s68
How Autocrats Manipulate Economic News: Evidence from Russia’s State-Controlled Television63
The Decline of Local News and Its Effects: New Evidence from Longitudinal Data62
Party and Committee in Distributive Politics: Evidence from Defense Spending61
Citizens’ Evaluations of the Fulfillment of Election Pledges: Evidence from Ireland60
Deliberation, Single-Peakedness, and the Possibility of Meaningful Democracy: Evidence from Deliberative Polls57
Violence “from above” or “from below”? The Role of Ethnicity in Bosnia’s Civil War57
Crisis, Charisma, and Consequences: Evidence from the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election57
News from the Other Side: How Topic Relevance Limits the Prevalence of Partisan Selective Exposure57
Legislative Organization and the Second Face of Power: Evidence from U.S. State Legislatures56
Presidential Activities from Truman through Reagan: Timing and Impact55
The Electoral Appeal of Party Strategies in Postindustrial Societies: When Can the Mainstream Left Succeed?54
But Wait, There’s More! Maximizing Substantive Inferences from TSCS Models54
Childhood Socialization and Political Attitudes: Evidence from a Natural Experiment53
From Pork to Policy: The Rise of Programmatic Campaigning in Japanese Elections51
The Impact of Electoral Rules on Legislative Parties: Lessons from the Brazilian Senate and Chamber of Deputies50
Foreign Aid, Foreign Policy, and Domestic Government Legitimacy: Experimental Evidence from Bangladesh50
“I Am a Tariff Man”: The Power of Populist Foreign Policy Rhetoric under President Trump50
The Political Weaponization of Gun Owners: The National Rifle Association’s Cultivation, Dissemination, and Use of a Group Social Identity49
Framing and Blame Attribution in Populist Rhetoric49
How Incivility on Partisan Media (De)Polarizes the Electorate48
Does Knowledge of Constitutional Principles Increase Support for Civil Liberties? Results from a Randomized Field Experiment47
Formal versus Informal Incentive Structures and Legislator Behavior: Evidence from Costa Rica46
Power and Pluralism: A View from the Bottom45
Party Power or Preferences? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from American State Legislatures45
From My Cold, Dead Hands: Democratic Consequences of Sacred Rhetoric44
The Political Sources of Systematic Investment Risk: Lessons from a Consensus Democracy44
NGOs and Political Participation in Weak Democracies: Subnational Evidence on Protest and Voter Turnout from Bolivia43
Electoral Cycle Fluctuations in Partisanship: Global Evidence from Eighty-Six Countries43
Explaining Preferences from Behavior: A Cognitive Dissonance Approach42
Presidential Voting and the Local Economy: Evidence from Two Population-Based Data Sets41
Media, Public Opinion, and Foreign Policy in the Age of Social Media41
Religion as a Stimulant of Political Participation: Experimental Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya40
Evaluating the Conflict-Reducing Effect of UN Peacekeeping Operations40
How Negative Sentiment toward Muslim Americans Predicts Support for Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election39
The Importance of Knowing “What Goes with What”: Reinterpreting the Evidence on Policy Attitude Stability39
Why Friends and Neighbors? Explaining the Electoral Appeal of Local Roots39
Does Electoral Manipulation Discourage Voter Turnout? Evidence from Mexico38
Counter-Suicide-Terrorism: Evidence from House Demolitions38
What Have We Learned about Gender from Candidate Choice Experiments? A Meta-Analysis of Sixty-Seven Factorial Survey Experiments37
What Explains Taxation by Resource-Rich Rebels? Evidence from the Islamic State in Syria36
The “Mill Worker’s Son” Heuristic: How Voters Perceive Politicians from Working-Class Families—and How They Really Behave in Office35
Regional Realignment from an Officeholding Perspective34
Too Much Knowledge, Too Little Power: An Assessment of Political Knowledge in Highly Policed Communities34
Intergroup Behavioral Strategies as Contextually Determined: Experimental Evidence from Israel33
Congressional Parties and Civil Rights Politics from 1933 to 197232
Do Restrictive Rules Produce Nonmedian Outcomes? A Theory with Evidence from the 101st−108th Congresses31
From Bombs to Ballots: When Militant Organizations Transition to Political Parties31
Understanding Partisan Cue Receptivity: Tests of Predictions from the Bounded Rationality and Expressive Utility Perspectives31
Voluntary Retirements from State Supreme Courts: Assessing Democratic Pressures to Relinquish the Bench31
Do Nonpartisan Programmatic Policies Have Partisan Electoral Effects? Evidence from Two Large-Scale Experiments31
Pollution Lowers Support for China’s Regime: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Beijing31
Sacrifice, Sequence, and Strength in Successful Dual Transitions: Lessons from Spain30
Local Embeddedness and Bureaucratic Performance: Evidence from India29
Intra-Elite Competition and Long-Run Fiscal Development29
The Authoritarian Left Withdraws from Politics: Ideological Asymmetry in the Relationship between Authoritarianism and Political Engagement29
The Group Basis of Partisan Affective Polarization29
Incumbency Effects and the Strength of Party Preferences: Evidence from Multiparty Elections in the United Kingdom28
Do Local Party Chairs Think Women and Minority Candidates Can Win? Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment28
Political Culture and Regime Type: Evidence from Nicaragua and Costa Rica28
More a Molehill than a Mountain: The Effects of the Blanket Primary on Elected Officials’ Behavior from California28
Reassessing the Decline of Presidential Coattails: U. S. House Elections from 1952-8028
Moderation from Bias: A Field Experiment on Partisan Media in a New Democracy27
The Shared Fortunes of Congress and Congressmen: Members May Run from Congress, but They Can't Hide27
How Large Are the Political Costs of Fiscal Austerity?27
Present at the Destruction: The Trump Administration and the Foreign Policy Bureaucracy27
Politicization and Expertise: Exit, Effort, and Investment27
Are Donation-Based Measures of Ideology Valid Predictors of Individual-Level Policy Preferences?27
The Possibility of Rational Outcomes from Democratic Discourse and Procedures26
Nonpublication in the United States District Courts: Official Criteria Versus Inferences from Appellate Review24
Groceries for Votes: The Electoral Returns of Vote Buying24
Polarization, Demographic Change, and White Flight from the Democratic Party24
Deconstructing the Administrative State24
Does Counterinsurgent Success Match Social Support? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Colombia24
Looking for Influence in All the Wrong Places: How Studying Subnational Policy Can Revive Research on Interest Groups24
Presidential Vetoes from Washington to Nixon23
Renewalist Christianity and the Political Saliency of LGBTs: Theory and Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa23
Education and Voting Conservative: Evidence from a Major Schooling Reform in Great Britain23
Newspaper Market Structure and Behavior: Partisan Coverage of Political Scandals in the United States from 1870 to 191022
Bureaucratic Investments in Expertise: Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Field Trial22
Do Officer-Involved Shootings Reduce Citizen Contact with Government?22
Who Revolts? Empirically Revisiting the Social Origins of Democracy22
The Interplay of Ideological Diversity, Dissents, and Discretionary Review in the Judicial Hierarchy: Evidence from Death Penalty Cases22
Incumbency Disadvantage under Electoral Rules with Intraparty Competition: Evidence from Japan22
Economic Institutions and Autocratic Breakdown: Monetary Constraints and Fiscal Spending in Dominant-Party Regimes22
Family History and Attitudes toward Out-Groups: Evidence from the European Refugee Crisis22
The Concept "Political Elite": Lessons from Mosca and Pareto22
The Differential Effects of “Democratic” Institutions on Dissent in Dictatorships22
The Causal Relationships between Issues, Candidate Evaluations, Party Identification, and Vote Choice--the View From "Rolling Thunder"21
Economic Reasoning with a Racial Hue: Is the Immigration Consensus Purely Race Neutral?21
From Values to Interests? The Evolution of Party Competition in New Democracies21
Guilt by Association: White Collective Guilt in American Politics21
Capitol Gains: The Returns to Elected Office from Corporate Board Directorships21
Elections, Protest, and Trust in Government: A Natural Experiment from Russia21
Immigration, Voting Rights, and Redistribution: Evidence from Local Governments in Europe20
Natural Resource Exploitation and Sexual Violence by Rebel Groups20
Descriptive Representation and Political Efficacy: Evidence from Obama and Clinton20
Lethal Force in Black and White: Assessing Racial Disparities in the Circumstances of Police Killings20
Teflon Don or Politics as Usual? An Examination of Foreign Policy Flip-Flops in the Age of Trump20
Reckless Rhetoric? Compliance Pessimism and International Order in the Age of Trump20
Electoral Systems, Party Competition, and Strength of Partisan Attachment: Evidence from Three Countries19
Political Centralization and Economic Performance: Evidence from Russia18
Infectious Disease, Disgust, and Imagining the Other18
Efficacy, Mistrust, and Political Participation: Findings From Additional Data and Indicators18
The Gender Readings Gap in Political Science Graduate Training18
The Impact of Personalized Information on Vote Intention: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment18
Anti-American Behavior in the Middle East: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Lebanon18
Greasing the Wheels of Commerce? Corruption and Foreign Investment18
Further Tests of Individual-Level Propositions from the Tiebout Model17
Language Influences Public Attitudes toward Gender Equality17
How Does Hyperpoliticized Rhetoric Affect the US Supreme Court’s Legitimacy?17
Politicization and Responsiveness in Executive Agencies17
Congressional Support for the President: The View from the Kennedy/Johnson White House17
Restrained Change: Party Systems in Times of Economic Crisis17
Can the Government Deter Discrimination? Evidence from a Randomized Intervention in New York City17
The Party Effect from A to Z and Beyond16
How a Retreat from Global Economic Governance May Empower Business Interests16
Assessing Presidential Support in the House: Lessons from Reagan and Carter16
Crime, Conflict, and the Legitimacy Trade-Off: Explaining Variation in Insurgents’ Participation in Crime16
Actions versus Consequences in Political Arguments: Insights from Moral Psychology16
How Natural Resources Affect Authoritarian Leaders’ Provision of Public Services: Evidence from China16
Race, Party, and Representation in Criminal Justice Politics16