Patrick Egan

New York University

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Assistant professor of politics and public policyat New York University, specializing in public opinion, political institutions; author of Partisan Priorities: How Issue Ownership Drives and Distorts American Politics

Patrick Egan on KCRW

In a speech in South Carolina today, Donald Trump gave out the personal cell phone of Lindsay Graham, that state's US Senator and a fellow candidate for President.

Are Polls Trumping Political Reality?

In a speech in South Carolina today, Donald Trump gave out the personal cell phone of Lindsay Graham, that state's US Senator and a fellow candidate for President.

from To the Point

California voters passed  Proposition 8  by a 52% majority in 2008, limiting marriage to one man and one woman, and effectively banning same-sex marriage.

The Prop 8 Arguments Are Over, Now It's Up to the Judge

California voters passed Proposition 8 by a 52% majority in 2008, limiting marriage to one man and one woman, and effectively banning same-sex marriage.

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