Expertise: Campaigns and elections, political ideology, public opinion
John Halpin is a senior fellow at American Progress focusing on campaigns and elections, political ideology, and public opinion analysis. Halpin has been at American Progress since it opened in 2003 and currently serves as the co-director of its Politics and Elections program.
Over a 20-year career in the fields of public opinion and election analysis, Halpin has written extensively on voter attitudes about domestic and foreign policy with research featured in publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Financial Times, The Boston Globe, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, The American Prospect, and The Atlantic. He is the co-author with American Progress founder John Podesta of The Power of Progress: How America’s Progressives Can (Once Again) Save Our Economy, Our Climate, and Our Country, a 2008 book about the history and future of the progressive movement.
Halpin received his undergraduate degree in government from Georgetown University and his M.A. in political science from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He lives in Baltimore with his wife and two children.
By John Halpin
|Voters Support Enacting Stronger Consumer Protections Online, Antitrust Action for Big Tech Companies||Center for American Progress Action||July 29, 2021|
|What Do Puerto Ricans Really Think Ahead of the 2020 Elections?||Center for American Progress Action||September 24, 2020|
|25 Years After the 1994 Crime Bill, Voters Back Criminal Justice Reforms||Center for American Progress Action||September 10, 2019|
|Moving Beyond “Us vs. Them” Politics||Center for American Progress Action||September 1, 2016|
|European Right-Wing Nationalism Comes to America||Center for American Progress Action||July 6, 2016|
|Election Results Fueled by Jobs Crisis and Voter Apathy Among Progressives||Center for American Progress Action||November 4, 2010|
|The European Paradox||Center for American Progress Action||October 2, 2009|
|Get This Party Started : How Progressives Can Fight Back and Win||Center for American Progress Action||February 10, 2006|
|Framing Katrina||Center for American Progress Action||October 7, 2005|