Coverage of Election Demographics

By William H. Frey


2014 Election
Publications and Op-Eds

William H. Frey. "10 Maps That Explain the Next Election: What Pollsters Will Be Watching for in 2016." Politico (November 18, 2014).

William H. Frey. "Midterm Elections' Turnout." USA Today (November 5, 2014).

William H. Frey. "Enjoy It While It Lasts! GOP Base Is Still White and Aging." Salon.com (November 5, 2014).

2012 Election
Publications and Op-Eds

William H. Frey. "Minority Turnout Determined the 2012 Election." Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Report (May 10, 2013).

William H. Frey. "One Election Day, A New American Mainstream. " Washington, DC: Brookings Institution State of Metropolitan America (November 8, 2012).

William H. Frey and Ruy Teixeira. "Why Obama Shouldn't Be Taking the Black Vote for Granted." The New Republic. Washington, DC (July 12, 2012).

Ruy Teixeira and William H. Frey. "New Data on Obama's Massive Demographic Advantage." The New Republic. Washington, DC (July 9, 2012).

William H. Frey. "Will 2012 be the Last Hurrah for Whites?" Washington, DC: National Journal (June 13, 2012).

William H. Frey. "Minorities Will Decide the 2012 Election." Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Report (May 2012).

William H. Frey. "Hispanics, Race and the Changing Political Landscape of the United States and the Mountain West," Chapter 3 in Ruy Teixeira (ed) America's New Swing Region. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press (2012).

William H. Frey and Ruy Teixeira. "America's New Swing Region: The Political Demography and Geography of the Mountain West," in Ruy Teixeira (ed) America's New Swing Region. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press (2012).

William H. Frey. "Racial Demographics and the 2008 Presidential Election in the United States," Chapter 10 in Jack A. Goldstone et al (eds) Political Demography: How Population Changes are Reshaping International Security and National Politics. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers (2011).


2008 Election
Presentations

William H. Frey. "How Did Race Impact the 2008 Presidential Election Presented at Conference." What We have Learned in 2008; What it Means for 2010 and 2012. The American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC. (June 12, 2009).

William H. Frey and Ruy Teixeira. "Political Geography of America's Purple States: Five Trends that will Decide the 2008 Election." National Press Club, Washington, DC. (October 10, 2008). [James Barnes, discussant.]

William H. Frey. "Race, Immigration and the Changing American Electorate." American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC. (February 28, 2008).


Op Eds

William H. Frey. "Race for the Whitehouse." The Milken Institute Review, Third Quarter 2008.

William H. Frey and Mark Muro. "Painting the Mountain States Blue." The Boston Globe, 25 August 2008.


Publications

William H. Frey. "How Did Race Affect the 2008 Presidential Election?" Research Report 09-688. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Population Studies Center (September 2009).

William H. Frey. "Race, Immigration and America's Changing Electorate." Research Report 08-635. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Population Studies Center (April 2008).

William H. Frey and Ruy Teixeira. "The Political Geography of Pennsylvania: Not Another Rust Belt State." Washington, DC: Brookings Policy Brief (April 2008).

William H. Frey and Ruy Teixeira. "The Political Geography of the Intermountain West: The New Swing Region." Washington, DC: Brookings Policy Brief (August 2008).

Ruy Teixeira and William H. Frey. "The Political Geography of Ohio, Michigan,and Missouri: Battlegrounds in the Heartland." Washington, DC: Brookings Policy Brief (October 2008).

Ruy Teixeira and William H. Frey. "The Political Geography of Virginia and Florida: Bookends of the New South." Washington, DC: Brookings Policy Brief (October 2008).

 

William H. Frey :: PhD Demographer :: Contact