Daniel J. Hopkins, Ph.D.

Portrait of Dan Hopkins
Professor of Political Science, School of Arts and Sciences

Daniel Hopkins is a political scientist whose research centers on American politics, with a special emphasis on racial and ethnic politics, local politics, political behavior, political communication, and quantitative research methods. He is the author of more than 40 scholarly articles as well as the 2018 book, The Increasingly United States: How and Why American Political Behavior Nationalized. A co-founder of the Philadelphia Behavioral Science Initiative, he has served on the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team as well as for the City of New York.

Daniel Hopkins is a political scientist whose research centers on American politics, with a special emphasis on racial and ethnic politics, state/local politics, political behavior, political communication, and research methods.
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Hopkins's Network

  • Political Communication
  • Institute for the Study of Citizens and Politics