Take Me Out to the Ball Game? Not Yet, Most Say in New UMD-Post Poll/Safety of Live Sporting Events in Doubt This Spring, With Questions of Masks Falling Along Party Lines
Gen Z, Gender, and COVID-19: New Research by GVPT Professor Stella Rouse Examines the Gender Gap in Attitudes About COVID-19 Among Generation Z
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Video: CDCE Director Stella Rouse, CDCE Research Director Mike Hanmer, and Rick Maese of the Washington Post discuss Americans' views about returning to sporting events
On April 8, 2021, The Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism at the University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism held a virtual discussion about the Povich Center's first sports and politics poll with UMD’s Center for Democracy and Civic Engagement and The Washington Post.
While attitudes about climate change tend to be sharply divided along partisan lines, new research by CDCE director and GVPT associate professor Stella Rouse looks at the issue from the perspective of two social identities in the United States: Latinos and members of “MillZ”—a term researchers use to describe young adults categorized as members of the Millennial Generation or Generation Z.
UMD Research Shows COVID-19 Risk Reduces Comfort with In-Person Voting, Does Not Increase Comfort with Mail Balloting
The possibility of contracting COVID-19 reduces comfort voting in-person but does not increase comfort voting by mail, finds new research by GVPT Ph.D.