Two articles in the Monkey Cage by Charles Stewart among the most-read of 2016

December 30, 2016

The election season provided many opportunities to share election science with a broader audience.  The Washington Post's Monkey Cage site reports that two of its most widely read posts of 2016 were coauthored by MEDSL's Charles Stewart:  "Hillary Clinton will gain votes after Election Night. Here's why" (with Ned Foley at Ohio State) and "The Wisconsin recount may have a surprise in store after all" (with Stephen Ansolabehere, Barry Burden, and Ken Mayer).