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AbstractIn Europe, list frame sampling methods are often adopted in computer-assisted telephone interviewing surveys. When sampling frames (i.e., white pages) are incomplete, the quality of the resulting survey data may be seriously jeopardised. In 2012, only 50% of Italians are included in the...
AbstractMost studies of political advertising have failed to consider that advertising effects may build up across multiple election seasons or extend past Election Day. This study investigates the short-term and long-term effects of both same-cycle and multi-cycle exposure to campaign...
AbstractThe interplay between news coverage of preelection polls and voters’ assessments of bias has been well documented. Less known, but theoretically more important, is how it may play out in a media context that highly parallels political camps. The 2012 Taiwanese presidential election...
AbstractIn the Philippines, senators are nationally elected officials, and citizens vote for 12 candidates every three years. The country’s electoral features include a weak party system, a low-information environment for voters, and a history of political dynasty rule and preponderance of media...
AbstractThis article analyzes how partisanship and political information influence perceptions of government corruption at national and regional levels and whether information attenuates the impact of partisanship. The data are drawn from surveys of recent elections held in Canada, France,...
AbstractThis article analyzes the extent to which the format and the “Do not know” (DK) protocol of political knowledge questions influence the size of the gender gap. By using a set of experiments that manipulated the DK protocol and the format (open vs. closed ended) of political knowledge...
AbstractThis study theorizes and tests the hostile public effect, according to which citizens who (a) actually are and/or (b) merely see themselves in a minority should be more participatory than those holding the dominant opinion. This study also tests whether it is citizens’ perceptions or...
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