Where can I learn more about these data?

Primary turnout research published by Dr. Michael P. McDonald appears in the following publications:

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2011. "Voter Turnout: Eligibility Has Its Benefits" in Controversies in Voting Behavior, 2nd Edition, Richard G. Niemi, Herbert F. Weisberg, and David Kimball, eds. Washington, DC: CQ Press. (Most recent description of VEP calculations.)

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2002. "The Turnout Rate Among Eligible Voters for U.S. States, 1980-2000." State Politics and Policy Quarterly 2(2): 199-212.

    • Michael P. McDonald and Samuel Popkin. 2001. "The Myth of the Vanishing Voter." American Political Science Review 95(4): 963-974.

Related turnout research appears in the following publications:

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2010. "American Voter Turnout in Historical Perspective." In Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior, Jan Leighley, ed. Cambridge, UK: Oxford University Press.

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2008. "The Return of the Voter: Voter Turnout in the 2008 Presidential Election." The Forum 6(4).

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2008. "Portable Voter Registration." Political Behavior 30(4): 491–501.

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2007. "The True Electorate: A Cross-Validation of Voter File and Election Poll Demographics." Public Opinion Quarterly 71(4): 588-602.

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2006. "Rocking the House: Competition and Turnout in the 2006 Midterm Election." The Forum 4(3).

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2005. "Reporting Bias" in Polling in America: An Encyclopedia of Public Opinion. Benjamin Radcliff and Samuel Best, eds. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2004. "Up, Up, and Away! Turnout in the 2004 Presidential Election." The Forum (2):4. Dec 2004.

    • Michael P. McDonald. 2003. "On the Over-Report Bias of the National Election Study." Political Analysis 11(2): 180-186.