I am an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen and the Center for Social Data Science (SODAS) (2019–). Previously, I was a post-doctoral researcher at New York University at the Center for Social Media and Politics (CSMaP) (2017–19), and completed my PhD in political science at the University of Toronto (2018). My research lies at the intersection of political behavior, public opinion, social media, and statistical methodology.
I am also a partner at Vox Pop Labs, a civic technology and public opinion research firm. We work with media organizations (e.g. Wall Street Journal, Sky News UK, CBC, ABC) to provide civic engagement applications to promote political and social science literacy. We are best known for Vote Compass, an application used by millions of voters in recent elections.
Does International Terrorism affect Public Attitudes toward Refugees? Evidence from a Large-scale Natural Experiment
Journal of Politics. Conditionally accepted.
(with Charles Breton)
Measuring Uncertainty about Candidate Ideology: An Application to US Presidential Elections
Journal of Politics. Forthcoming.
(with Peter Loewen)
Presidential Greatness in a Polarized Era: Results from the Latest Presidential Greatness Survey
PS: Political Science & Politics. Forthcoming.
(with Brandon Rottinghaus and Justin S. Vaughn)
Cross-Platform State Propaganda: Russian Trolls on Twitter and YouTube during the 2016 US Presidential Election
International Journal of Press/Politics. Forthcoming.
(with Yevgeniy Golovchenko, Cody Buntain, Megan Brown, and Joshua Tucker)
How Many People Live in Political Bubbles on Social Media? Evidence from Linked Survey and Twitter Data.
SAGE Open. 2019, January-March: 1-21.
(with Jonathan Nagler, Andrew Guess, Joshua Tucker, and Jan Zilinsky)
Statistical Analysis of Misreporting on Sensitive Survey Questions.
Political Analysis. 2017, 25 (2): 241-259.
Replication data | Statistical software | Software vignette
Trying to understand Jeff Flake? We analyzed his Twitter feed — and were surprised
Washington Post. October 5, 2018.
(with Jan Zilinsky, Jonathan Nagler, and Joshua Tucker)
Comparing Trump to the greatest—and the most polarizing—presidents in US history
Brookings. March 20, 2018.
(with Brandon Rottinghaus, and Justin S. Vaughn)
Vox Pop Labs is a political engagement and public opinion research firm that brings social science to the public through civic education applications. Our partners include Vox.com, the Wall Street Journal, Sky News (UK), the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), RTL (Germany), France 24, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), and TV New Zealand. Vox Pop Labs' most popular application, Vote Compass, has been used by tens of millions of voters, providing them with information about the positions of the political parties on a wide array of issues.
Department of Political Science
University of Copenhagen
Øster Farimagsgade 5
1353 Copenhagen K
Email: gregory.eady can be contacted @ifs.ku.dk or @gmail.com