Areas of Expertise
- American Politics
- Jewish Voting
- BA, Political Science, University of Minnesota
- PhD, Political Science, University of Michigan
Professor Weisberg teaches in the Department of Political Science at Ohio State University. His research and teaching interests include voting behavior, legislative politics, survey research, and statistical methods. He has authored several books, including The American Voter Revisited and The Total Survey Error Approach. He is former co-edit of the American Journal of Political Science. He was recently a visiting fellow at the University of Michigan’s Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies. In his current research project on “The Distinctive Jewish-American Voter,” he is using survey data to examine Jewish voting patterns since the 1950s.