Regina Branton
Regina Branton
Marshall A. Rauch Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
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Agenda Setting, Public Opinion, and the Issue of Immigration Reform*
J Dunaway, RP Branton, MA Abrajano
Social Science Quarterly 91 (2), 359-378, 2010
Reexamining racial attitudes: The conditional relationship between diversity and socioeconomic environment
RP Branton, BS Jones
American Journal of Political Science 49 (2), 359-372, 2005
Latino attitudes toward various areas of public policy: The importance of acculturation
R Branton
Political Research Quarterly 60 (2), 293-303, 2007
Spatial proximity to the US—Mexico border and newspaper coverage of immigration issues
RP Branton, J Dunaway
Political Research Quarterly 62 (2), 289-302, 2009
Beyond logit and probit: Cox duration models of single, repeating, and competing events for state policy adoption
BS Jones, RP Branton
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 5 (4), 420-443, 2005
Examining individual-level voting behavior on state ballot propositions
RP Branton
Political Research Quarterly 56 (3), 367-377, 2003
All along the watchtower: Acculturation fear, anti-Latino affect, and immigration
R Branton, EC Cassese, BS Jones, C Westerland
The Journal of Politics 73 (3), 664-679, 2011
Social protest and policy attitudes: The case of the 2006 immigrant rallies
R Branton, V Martinez‐Ebers, TE Carey Jr, T Matsubayashi
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 390-402, 2015
English-and Spanish-language media coverage of immigration: A comparative analysis
R Branton, J Dunaway
Social Science Quarterly, 1006-1022, 2008
Slanted newspaper coverage of immigration: The importance of economics and geography
RP Branton, J Dunaway
Policy Studies Journal 37 (2), 257-273, 2009
The importance of race and ethnicity in congressional primary elections
RP Branton
Political Research Quarterly 62 (3), 459-473, 2009
Anglo Voting on Nativist Ballot Initiatives: The Partisan Impact of Spatial Proximity to the U.S.‐Mexico Border*
R Branton, G Dillingham, J Dunaway, B Miller
Social Science Quarterly 88 (3), 882-897, 2007
Counties that hosted a 2016 Trump rally saw a 226 percent increase in hate crimes
A Feinberg, R Branton, V Martinez-Ebers
The Washington Post 22, 2019
Racializing gender: Public opinion at the intersection
EC Cassese, TD Barnes, RP Branton
Politics & Gender 11 (1), 1-26, 2015
A reexamination of women’s electoral success in open seat elections: The conditioning effect of electoral competition
TD Barnes, RP Branton, EC Cassese
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 38 (3), 298-317, 2017
The influence of social protests on issue salience among Latinos
TE Carey Jr, RP Branton, V Martinez-Ebers
Political Research Quarterly 67 (3), 615-627, 2014
Voting in initiative elections: Does the context of racial and ethnic diversity matter?
RP Branton
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 4 (3), 294-317, 2004
The impact of gender and quality opposition on the relative assessment of candidate competency
R Branton, A English, S Pettey, TD Barnes
Electoral Studies 54, 35-43, 2018
The Trump effect: how 2016 campaign rallies explain spikes in hate
A Feinberg, R Branton, V Martinez-Ebers
PS: Political Science & Politics 55 (2), 257-265, 2022
Race, ethnicity, and US House incumbent evaluations
RP Branton, EC Cassese, BS Jones
Legislative Studies Quarterly 37 (4), 465-489, 2012
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