Lynn Vavreck

professor of American politics at UCLA

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Professor of Political Science at UCLA and a contributor to the New York Times’ news and data project, The Upshot; co-author of The Gamble: Choice and Chance in the 2012 Presidential Election

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New research from UCLA suggests that offering incentives could help get more shots into weary arms.

Cash, gift cards, free beer: Possible incentives for skeptics to get COVID vaccines

New research from UCLA suggests that offering incentives could help get more shots into weary arms.

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California’s Super Tuesday results could spell the end for some Democatic hopefuls.

California primary’s impact on Democrats, big oil’s misinformation campaign

California’s Super Tuesday results could spell the end for some Democatic hopefuls.

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Hillary Clinton would be America's first woman president, and Donald Trump isn't hesitating to use that against her.

Presidential Campaign: It's the "Woman's Card" v. the "Man's Card"

Hillary Clinton would be America's first woman president, and Donald Trump isn't hesitating to use that against her.

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