Kabir Khanna is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Politics. His research interests are in political psychology, public opinion, representation, and survey methodology. His dissertation centers on the public's factual beliefs about the economy, healthcare, and other issues. In the fall of 2016, he joined the Decision Team at CBS News to study the U.S. general election. Before graduate school, he analyzed federally commissioned surveys on a variety of topics at Westat. He holds a B.A. in Human Biology and M.A. in Psychology from Stanford University.
His joint work with Markus Prior and Gaurav Sood was recently featured in The Upshot of The New York Times.
Google Scholar profile here.