On this page, you’ll find my current research projects. In the past, I have done research on attitudinal ambivalence, as well as partisan ambivalence. I have also conducted research on deliberation, on candidate evaluation, and on political values, in particular humanitarianism. I’ve been interested in attitudes toward European integration, social welfare policies, taxation, and foreign policy. A continuing interest lies in the area of political parties, which is reflected in my involvement of the Chapel Hill Expert Survey (I was a founding member) and in the project on electoral consideration sets. You should consult the Publications page or my cv for my past research projects and foci.