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Hoover Digest articles by Morris P. Fiorina

October 26, 2012

How Do You Like Me Now?

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Time to bust another political myth: that the “likable” candidate always wins. By Morris P. Fiorina.

August 13, 2012

The Myth of the "Big Sort"

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In the information age, Americans’ political allegiances go far beyond their neighborhoods. By Samuel J. Abrams and Morris P. Fiorina.

October 19, 2007

Purple Voters in the Golden State

No Gain in Democratic Voter Registration since 1994

California’s Republican Party has drifted off the centrist track. But its voters haven’t. By Morris P. Fiorina and Samuel J. Abrams.

January 30, 2007

The Center Holds

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America is not the fatally polarized nation we often imagine it to be. On most issues, the majority of red-staters and blue-staters are on the same side. By Morris P. Fiorina.

October 30, 2004

What Culture Wars?

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Debunking the myth of a polarized America. By Morris P. Fiorina.

January 30, 2003

Beating the Odds

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With the slow economy and a slew of corporate scandals making headlines, the Democrats should have swept last fall’s midterm elections. What happened? An analysis by Hoover fellows David W. Brady and Morris P. Fiorina.