Stuart Perrett

Organizer | Political Polarization and Radicalization, IPK Fellow

Stuart Perrett is a PhD candidate in sociology at New York University. His research sits at the intersection of political science and sociology, with a focus on the changing structure of public opinion. He uses novel quantitative methods to document patterns of disagreement by partisanship and across cleavages such as class, religion, and generation. His work evaluating long-term trends in polarization and party sorting has been published in the British Journal of Sociology and Public Opinion Quarterly. He has a particular interest in the measurement of beliefs on contentious and often morally construed issues; co-authored research on abortion opinion has appeared in Sociological Research & Methods, Socius, and Science Advances.

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