Presidential Studies Quarterly

(The TQCC of Presidential Studies Quarterly is 1. 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.)
Five Trends in Presidential Rhetoric: An Analysis of Rhetoric from George Washington to Bill Clinton79
Do Primary Voters Draw from a Stacked Deck? Presidential Nominations in an Era of Candidate-Centered Campaigns42
Donald Trump, Populism, and the Age of Extremes: Comparing the Personality Traits and Campaigning Styles of Trump and Other Leaders Worldwide40
Building Public Support from the Grassroots Up: The Impact of Presidential Travel on State-Level Approval23
Going Public When Opinion Is Contested: Evidence from Presidents' Campaigns for Supreme Court Nominees, 1930-200922
Harnessing Conflict in Foreign Policy Making: From Devil's to Multiple Advocacy20
Polls and Elections: From Hillary to Michelle: Public Opinion and the Spouses of Presidential Candidates18
Exploring Charismatic Leadership: A Comparative Analysis of the Rhetoric of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election17
The Harbinger of the Unitary Executive? An Analysis of Presidential Signing Statements from Truman to Carter16
Competition, Conflict, and Conformity: Foreign Policy Making in the First Year of the Trump Presidency13
Texts (and Tweets) from Hillary: Meta-Meming and Postfeminist Political Culture13
Loyalty–Competence Trade‐offs for Top U.S. Federal Bureaucratic Leaders in the Administrative Presidency Era13
From the Fabulous Baker Boys to the Master of Disaster: The White House Chief of Staff in the Reagan and G. H. W. Bush Administrations12
Presidents, Chiefs of Staff, and White House Organizational Behavior: Survey Evidence from the Reagan and Bush Administrations11
Signing Statements as Bargaining Outcomes: Evidence from the Administration of George W. Bush9
Presidential Policy Initiatives: How the Public Learns about State of the Union Proposals from the Mass Media8
Foreign-Policy Advising: Models and Mysteries from the Bush Administration8
The Qualities of Effective Presidents: An Overview from FDR to Bill Clinton8
The Second Face of the Public Presidency: Presidential Polling and the Shift from Policy to Personality Polling8
Uncivil Name‐Calling in the U.S. Presidency, 1933–20188
Polls and ElectionsTrump, Twitter, and Public Dissuasion: A Natural Experiment in Presidential Rhetoric7
Lessons from Past Presidential Transitions: Organization, Management, and Decision Making7
The Contemporary Presidency: Who Wants Presidential Supremacy? Findings from the Institutions of American Democracy Project7
The Polls: The Coalitional President from a Public Opinion Perspective6
The Contemporary Presidency Energy or Chaos? Turnover at the Top of President Trump’s White House6
Contemporary PresidencyThe Office of the Chief of Staff in the Trump White House, 2017–20196
Presidential Rhetoric and U.S. Supreme Court Rulings: The Effect of Going Public on Citizen Evaluations of Institutions and Policy6
Contemporary Presidency : Which Presidents Are Uncommonly Successful in Congress? A Trump Update6
A Functional Analysis of Visual and Verbal Symbols in Presidential Campaign Posters, 1828-20126
New Data for Investigating the President’s Legislative Program: OMB Logs and SAPs*6
Evaluating the President on Your Priorities: Issue Priorities, Policy Performance, and Presidential Approval, 1981–20165
Measuring the Content of Presidential Policy Making: Applying Text Analysis to Executive Branch Directives5
Bringing Candidacies in from the Cold: Mainstreaming Minority Candidates, 1960 and 20084
Polls and Elections : Presidential Referendum Effects in the 2018 Midterm Election: An Initial Analysis4
The Historical Presidency: The Foundations of the Modern Presidency: Presidential Representation, the Unitary Executive Theory, and the Reorganization Act of 19394
Dealing with Disruption: Congressional Republicans' Responses to Donald Trump's Behavior and Agenda4
Reports from the Field: Earned Local Media in Presidential Campaigns4
Validity and Reliability of Identifying Presidential Positions on Roll-Call Votes in the Age of Trump4
The Law: “Something He and His People Naturally Would Be Drawn To”: The Reagan Administration and the Law‐and‐Economics Movement4
Does Organization Matter? A Critical-Case Analysis from Recent Presidential Nomination Politics3
White House Wit: How Presidents Use Humor as a Leadership Tool3
Electoral Vulnerability and Presidential Support in the House of Representatives3
Substance versus Style: Distinguishing Presidential Job Performance from Favorability3
The Historical Presidency: Fear and Loathing in Presidential Candidate Rhetoric, 1952–20163
The Behavioral Consequences of Public Appeals: Evidence on Campaign Fundraising from the 2018 Congressional Elections3
Why Do Bureaucrats Make Campaign Contributions to Presidential Candidates?: Evidence from 2004 to 20123
“The Language We Use Matters”: Streams, Narratives, and the Obama Administration Drone Strike Program in Yemen3
The Presidency, Social Movements, and Contentious Change: Lessons from the Woman's Suffrage and Labor Movements3
The Contemporary Presidency: Managing White House-Congressional Relations: Observations from Inside the Process2
Checking Presidential Detention Power in the War on Terror: What Should We Expect from the Judiciary?2
A Voice from the Wilderness: Richard Nixon and the Vietnam War, 1964-19662
The Polls: State-Level Presidential Approval: Results from the Job Approval Project2
The Law Saving the Presidency from Lawyers2
Locating U.S. Solicitors General in the Supreme Court's Policy Space2
The Historical PresidencyUnilateral Politics in the Traditional Era: Significant Executive Orders and Proclamations, 1861–19442
Troops in “Harm's Way,” the President, and Congressional War‐Funding Decisions2
Policy Making in the Shadow of Executive Action2
The Contemporary Presidency: Presidents Profiting from Disasters: Evidence of Presidential Distributive Politics2
Should Scholars Delineate a Data Set Apart from a Research Project? Considering Objects, Methods, and Purposes for Studying Presidential Rhetoric1
Does President Trump's Outrageous Behavior Work?: Results from Two Randomized‐Controlled Trials1
From The Editor1
Note from the Editor1
Constitutionalized Prerogative and the Pardon Power1
Arsenal of Democracy: The Politics of National Security from World War II to the War on Terrorism. By Julian E. Zelizer. New York: Basic Books, 2010. 583 pp.1
The Historical Presidency : The Road Not Taken: Warren G. Harding and the Dilemmas of Regime Restoration1
The Historical Presidency: From Truman to Trump: Presidents' Use and Abuse of the Incarceration of Japanese Americans1
Travel to and from the United States and Foreign Leader Approval1
The Law: Presidential Aides: Immunity from Congressional Process?1
Polls and Elections: Resistance Is Not Futile: Anti‐Trump Protest and Senators’ Opposition to President Trump in the 115th Congress1
“Going Public” in Comparative Perspective: Presidents’ Public Appeals under Pure Presidentialism1
Polls and Elections: From the Obama Youthquake of '08 to the Trumpquake of '16: How Young People's Dislike of Hillary Clinton Cost Her the Election1
Restricting Membership: Assessing Agency Compliance and the Effects of Banning Federal Lobbyists from Executive Branch Advisory Committee Service1
Ending the Vietnam War: A History of America's Involvement in and Extrication from the Vietnam War1
The Law: Executive Power and Prosecution: Lessons from the Libby Trial and the U.S. Attorney Firings1
Theories about Theory: Theory-Based Claims about Presidential Performance from the Case of James Madison1
From The Editor1
Polls and Elections: Is Loyalty a Powerful Thing? Republican Senate Campaign Strategy and Trump Coattails in the 2016 Election1
Campaign Contributions and Donors’ Policy Agreement with Presidential Candidates1
John P. Burke essay review of:
 Presidential Command: Power, Leadership, and the Making of Foreign Policy from Richard Nixon to George W. Bush
Difficult Transitions: Foreign Policy Troubles at the Out1
The Historical Presidency: “An Ethnic Presence in the White House?”: Ethnicity, Identity Politics, and the Presidency in the 1970s1