Politics Ph.D. student Daniel Tavana and Kevan Harris, assistant professor in UCLA’s department of Sociology, have written a new report for the European Iran Research Group (EIRG) titled, “Voter Behavior and Political Mobilization in Iran: Findings from the Iran Social Survey.” The report provides descriptive findings related to the demographic determinants of turnout and vote choice in Iran.
A politically unaffiliated non-profit organization registered in Sweden, the EIRG aims, through research, training programs, exchanges and facilitation, to promote greater understanding and interaction between Iran and European Countries. We aim to support sustainable development and cooperation through close cooperation between stakeholders across sectors.
Daniel Tavana is a PhD student in the Department of Politics at Princeton University. Previously, he worked as a research associate at the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED). Tavana holds degrees from Cambridge University and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where he worked at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and co-founded the Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy. His research interests include elections, comparative political behavior, and public opinion in the Middle East and North Africa. He speaks Farsi and has conducted research in Egypt and Tunisia. His articles have been published by CNN, the Atlantic Council, and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. On Twitter he is @DanielTavana.