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September 06, 2022

MAPPR Grants awarded to 7 MSU faculty teams to research current public policy topics

The Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR) is pleased to announce that seven team faculty research proposals have been selected to receive funding through the...

September 29, 2022

28th Annual MPLP Fundraiser

The Michigan Political Leadership Program, (MPLP), at Michigan State University is a bipartisan fellowship program designed for those seeking greater...

September 27, 2022

State of the State Podcast - Federal Reserve Rate Hikes

On this month’s State of the State Podcast, Institute for Public Policy and Social Research Assistant Director Arnold Weinfeld, along with Institute...

May 23, 2022

IPPSR Launches Partisan Advantage Tracker

User-friendly way to assess election fairness and track election outcomes.

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Wearable voting buttons

May 26, 2022

What's Ahead in Elections, Inflation, Term Limits?

Who's on the ticket in Michigan's gubernatorial races? How high will inflation rise? Will new transparency and term limits proposal prevail?

July 28, 2022

One-in-five Michigan adults don’t want children

A research team from Michigan State University’s Psychology department tracked Michigan adults’ attitudes and preferences about having children. The team...

May 18, 2022

Welcoming the Partisan Advantage Tracker -- A New Go-To Elections Resource

Important and accessible tool for measuring the extent to which newly drawn election districts favor one party or another.

February 11, 2022

How Deeply We Care About Our Children's Education

New IPPSR survey results illuminates our views on schools' response to pandemic and the quality of our children's education.

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