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Jeremy C. Pope

Constitutional Government Fellow

Jeremy C. Pope is a Professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University. A graduate of BYU in Economics, Dr. Pope took his Ph.D. in political science from Stanford in 2004. Since then, he has worked at BYU with brief leaves at the Hoover Institution and the College of William and Mary. He teaches courses on American history, politics, political parties, the American Founding. He is also a former director of the Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy and the current Co-Principal Investigator of the Cooperative Election Study. Pope is the co-author of “Founding Factions: How Majorities Shifted and Aligned to Shape the U.S. Constitution”, as well as the author of several articles on a range of political topics including the American Founding, political parties, public opinion, ideology, and public policy, particularly family policy. Dr. Pope is a co-founder of the annual American Family Survey, a survey containing questions about people’s family lives as well as their policy attitudes about families. Most importantly, he is the husband of Kori Pope and father of Grace, Carly, & Delaney Pope.