Who Governs in American Politics? We Use Data to Find Answers
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Resources for political science research on American politics. Topics include US political institutions,
political elites (e.g. Trump and conservative media), state and local politics, US political history, and
American political culture. Also see law, courts & justice (for resources on US Supreme Court) and political behavior (for behavior not uniquely American).
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Voteview (UCLA): .Allows users to view every congressional roll call vote in American history on a map of the United States and on a liberal-conservative ideological map.
Pennsylvania Policy Database: .A free, online resource that provides access to more than 200,000 state and news media records, enables users to trace and analyze the history of public policy in the Commonwealth since 1979.
Texas Politics Project, The: .Publishes three to four statewide public opinion polls each year to assess the opinions of registered voters on upcoming elections, public policy, and attitudes towards politics, politicians, and government.
Congress Project, The: .Site features data collected by the Congress project, as well as links to other sites providing data and information on the U.S. Congress.