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James Stimson Wins 
2016 Mitofsky Award

The Roper Center Board of Directors is proud to announce that noted public opinion scholar, author, and mentor James Stimson is the recipient of the 2016 Warren J. Mitofsky Award for Excellence in Public Opinion Research. Stimson will be presented with the award at a dinner in his honor in Washington, DC on November 16th. 

Stimson has led the way in creative uses of the Roper Center Archive, focusing on opinion movement over time and answering important questions in public policy and election research.  His award-winning books Tides of Consent and Ideology in America dug more deeply into the Roper Archive than any work to date to examine the measurement and meaning of self-reported liberal/conservative ideology in the mass public.

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