Welcome to the Political Behavior Lab at New College of Florida! We are an enthusiastic group of researchers focused on addressing questions about elections, public opinion, and political behavior. We use statistics and data science techniques to quantitatively analyze politics in the state of Florida, with particular emphases on geography (GIS), social networks (SNA), and reproducible research practices.
We are a team of undergraduate student researchers working under the supervision of Dr. Jack Reilly.
Analyzing public data about Florida’s political, social, and economic landscape
Evaluating the role geography plays in poltical preferences, behavior, and policy
Studying the influence of social context of politics, voting, and political discussion
Political behavior, Quantitative social science, American politics
Canadian politics, political institutions, political history & development
Political geography, social capital, political participation
German politics, political institutions, Quantitative political analysis
International peace efforts, How people develop foreign policy positions
Political Behavior, Public Opinion, Quantitative Social Science Research Methods
Political Economy, Latin American Politics
Policy evaluation, Equitable economic development, Political participation
Political Participation, Quantitative Methods, Public Opinion