Welcome to KUREP!

The goal of the University of Kansas Representation Initiative (KUREP) is to provide information about the views of citizens across the world. We also study the ability of parties and institutions to channel public opinion through the democratic process into public policies. Ultimately, our various projects aim to improve our understanding of democratic representation.

The activities of KUREP consist of four related parts:

Robert Rohrschneider
Robert Rohrschneider
  1. Research projects.
  2. Original data collection and distribution.
  3. Graduate and undergraduate student support.
  4. Speaker series consisting of leading scholars on public opinion, democratic representation, and related issues.

If you have further questions about our research program or would like to be part of our research group please contact:

Robert Rohrschneider (roro@ku.edu), is the Sir Robert Worcester Distinguished Professor of Public Opinion and Survey Research.

 

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Announcements

Professor Mark Peffley will give a talk on October 5, 2015 entitled:

The Impact of Persistent Terrorism on Political Tolerance: Israel, 1980-2011

Blake Hall room 114 at 4:15pm

 

 

 

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