In less than two weeks, Americans will head to the polls for the midterm elections. The following Cornell University experts are available to discuss topics from the state of democracy to inflation and public opinion.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has been met with severe economic sanctions from Europe and the United States that will have ripple effects throughout the global economy. These Cornell University experts are available to discuss the conflict and its implications.
Doug Kriner and Steve Israel, professors of government at Cornell University, recently conducted a poll designed to measure public opinion of election reforms like those proposed by the Jan. 6 commission.
Douglas Krinerand Sarah Krepsrecently published a study in JAMA Network Open showing that if an initial COVID-19 vaccine is about as effective as a flu shot, uptake by the American public may fall far short of the 70% level needed to achieve herd immunity.
Cornell experts are available to discuss the potential of a coronavirus vaccine from multiple angles, including the science of vaccines, why people choose not to be vaccinated, health care systems, insurance companies and policies.