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16 Oct 2010, 8:06 pm by
The LA Times offers this report about the survey research of Nate Persily and Steve Ansolabehere. [read post]
25 May 2010, 2:00 pm by Steve Vladeck
In addition to me, the Subcommittee will also hear from Nate Persily from Columbia Law, and J. [read post]
13 Feb 2010, 5:25 am by Darren Rosenblum (h/t Joe.My.God) I have always been skeptical of the need to frame questions of fundamental rights through a marketing lens, and even of the significance of polling data in deciding such rights (in contrast to Nate Persily).  [read post]
28 Jan 2010, 8:06 am by Lawrence Solum
The panels include an all-star list of public law scholars and political scientists, including Rick Pildes, Sam Issacharoff, Bruce Cain, Beth Garrett, Mathew McCubbins, Brad Smith, Nate Persily, Elisabeth Gerber, Rick Hasen, Gary Jacobson, Richard Briffault, Mark Rush, Stephen Ansolabehere, J. [read post]
21 Jan 2010, 9:08 am by Heather K. Gerken
As Nate Persily notes below, as a practical matter, the opinion is just one more step in the direction the Court was already heading. [read post]
20 Jan 2010, 8:00 pm by pittlegalscholarship
Columbia Nate Persily (Columbia), Race, Region, and Vote Choice in the 2008 Election: Implications for the Future of the Voting Rights Act. [read post]
27 Aug 2009, 3:58 pm
Nate Persily, Steve Ansolabehere, and Charles Stewart have posted this draft on SSRN. [read post]
1 Jul 2009, 3:46 pm
Nate Persily sends along this guest post: Rick Pildes takes me to task for suggesting the Court might perpetually avoid the constitutional shortcomings of the coverage formula for the VRA. [read post]
2 May 2009, 11:14 am
Linda Greenhouse quotes Nate Persily to similar effect today, based upon Nate's observations at oral argument.... [read post]
29 Apr 2009, 8:40 am
Though I agree with Nate Persily that Justice Kennedy may not want to be the one to cause the headline: “Supreme Court Kills Voting Rights Act” (or, more accurately, kills section 5), he sure seemed more disturbed by the prospect of letting the law stand. [read post]
28 Apr 2009, 9:04 am
That's why I welcome the amicus brief linked here that was submitted in this case by three academics --Nate Persily, Charles Stewart and Steve Ansolabehere -- who dug into the details of the data to figure out where Obama's election fits in the annual rainfall measure. [read post]
27 Apr 2009, 11:12 pm
Nate Persily, who has written one of the key articles about the renewal of section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, has just posted two of his newest pieces on SSRN. [read post]
7 Mar 2009, 8:47 pm
Nate Persily has posted “Fig Leaves and Tea Leaves in the Supreme Court’s Recent Election Law Decisions” on SSRN, see here. [read post]
17 Nov 2008, 10:20 pm
Adam Liptak has written this article (featuring the comments of Richard Briffault and Nate Persily) for the Columbia Law School's alumni magazine.... [read post]
10 Nov 2008, 4:05 am
Nate Persily and Joshua Fougere have written this guest post for the blog: Although the body of the extraordinary election we just experienced is still warm, the autopsy of the vote has already begun. [read post]
20 Oct 2008, 12:35 pm
Many worry about voter fraud, but Nate Persily, a Columbia University law professor, warns that the bigger danger for November 4th is going to be managing the election day crowds and technology.Even though states are doing the best they can to train their poll workers, the large voter turnout is going to magnify the problems that have always existed in presidential elections, Persily said in an interview this week. [read post]
31 May 2008, 8:26 am
That claim, too, is unsupported by empirical evidence (and may actually be misplaced, according to a recent study by Nate Persily and Steve Ansolabehere in the Harvard Law Review).Of all the bits of "data" that could be offered in favor of an i.d. requirement, voter perception is the one that least stands on its own -- except, that is, where it is needed to fill in large gaps that should have been filled with hard data regarding the prevalence of fraud or the effect of… [read post]