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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The former Congress member talks to Robert Scheer about his life and the dramatic events surrounding his political rise, as told in his new book “The Division of Light and Power.”

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