The Harvard Political Review (HPR) is a quarterly news-analysis journal written and run entirely by undergraduates, with articles on hot political issues and interviews with political heavyweights.
Explore the written record of the events and happenings taking place at the IOP since 1977.
Founded in 2000, the Public Opinion Project is one of America's longest and most robust studies of the attitudes of young Americans toward politics and public service. A collaboration between undergraduates and IOP Polling Director John Della Volpe, each semester the group develops, conducts and briefs stakeholders on polls of this most important voting bloc.
Browse cutting-edge public policy research on top issues by IOP fellows, students and staff.
Browse the Institute's book collection, including the IOP's Campaign for President series publications – capturing a rare exchange of views and confidences about the strategies and tactics employed by the key decision makers in a presidential campaign.