New article shows that CIR can boost voters’ sense of political efficacy

Katherine R. Knobloch has been studying the CIR since her doctoral dissertation, and she’s the lead author of the latest article on the CIR. Using two different large datasets, the new article in Political Studies shows that voter awareness and use of the CIR has distinct effects on their civic attitudes. Here’s the full abstract: Deliberative processes can alter participants’ attitudes and behavior, but deliberative minipublics...

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Report released on the 2018 CIR pilots

There were three CIRs held in 2018–one for a regional election in Oregon, one for a statewide ballot measure in California, and a second test in Massachusetts on a statewide ballot question. To learn about these, you can read the report here. It now joins a collection of reports on past CIRs, along with scholarly articles on the CIR, at our Publications...

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