Voting Virtual Special Issue

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Political Science Approaches to Voting

Ahead of the 2020 US Election, we have put together this themed collection of articles from our political science list detailing the political science approaches to voting. Each featured article is free to view until the end of 2020, exclusively via this page

Also discover the Mathematical Association of America's themed article collection, Approaches to Voting.

Article Title Author(s) Journal Volume & Issue Year
Getting Out the Vote With Voting Advice Applications Micha Germann & Kostas Gemenis Political Communication 36 (1) 2019
From the Secret Ballot to the Public Vote: Examining Voters’ Experience of Political Discussion in Vote-by-Mail Elections Justin Reedy, John Gastil & Patricia Moy Political Communication 33 (1) 2016
Women’s Equality, Candidate Difference, and the Vote Susan B. Hansen Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 37 (1) 2016
A Gender Gap among Evangelicals? An Examination of Vote Choice by Gender and Religion in the 2008 Presidential Elections Melissa Deckman Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 35 (3) 2014
How Do Spanish Independents Vote? Ideology vs. Performance Luis de la Calle & Nasos Roussias South European Society and Politics 17 (3) 2012
Are cross-national surveys the best way to study the extreme-right vote in Europe? Marc Hooghe & Tim Reeskens Patterns of Prejudice 41 (2) 2007
The symbolic mosaic: an empirical typology of national symbolic webs and its effect on vote choice in Canada Yannick Dufresne, Charles Tessier, Alexandre Blanchet & Mickael Temporão National Identities 21 (4) 2019
Voting for Movement Parties in Southern Europe: The Role of Protest and Digital Information Lorenzo Mosca & Mario Quaranta South European Society and Politics 22 (4) 2017
Do volatile voters vote less correctly? An analysis of correct voting among vote (intention) switchers in US presidential election campaigns Dieter Stiers & Ruth Dassonneville Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 29 (3) 2019
The impact of compulsory voting on inequality and the quality of the vote Ruth Dassonneville, Marc Hooghe & Peter Miller West European Politics 40 (3) 2017
Does Ethnicity Trump Party? Competing Vote Cues and Latino Voting Behavior Melissa R. Michelson Journal of Political Marketing 4 (4) 2005
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