Comparative Assessment of Electoral Risks (CAER)
The CAER surveyed 150 members of political science professional associations who specialize in elections, both in the US and abroad, for their evaluations on the likelihood and impact of various threats to the US electoral process, as well as possible strategies to mitigate those threats.
Panel discussion sponsored by the Keough School of Global Affairs (Oct 26, 2020)
The report American Democracy at Risk: A Global Comparative Perspective is available HERE.
Co-investigators: Pal Friesen, Ilana Rothkopf, Luis Schenoni, and Romelia Solano.
Presidential Transition Index (PTI)
The Presidential Transition Index (PTI) aims to identify potentially weak areas of the US presidential transition process and to provide the public with a weekly updated assessment of the state of the 2020 presidential transition process.
Weekly updates are available HERE.
The preliminary report Presidential Transition Index: Contemporaneous Assessments of the Trump-Biden Transition is available HERE.
Co-investigators: Pal Friesen, Rachel Gagnon, Shadwa Ibrahim, William Kakenmaster, and Denis McDonough
Hong Kong Voices in US Politics
This is the first survey of its kind that examines the political attitudes of Hong Kongers who have lived, worked or studied in the United States, and Americans who have similar strong ties to Hong Kong. The project aims to examine how the vote choice of Hong Kong-Americans in the 2020 U.S. elections is impacted by the political turmoil in Hong Kong.
The preliminary survey is available at the The Diplomat
Panel Discussion co-sponsored by the Liu Institute of Asia and Asian Studies and Kellogg Institute for International Studies (Jan 20, 2021)
Co-investigator: Victoria Hui