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◾ Using #EESVoterStudy @gesis_org, Magni-Berton et al. (2020) [ https://t.co/M45QHtvKt3 in @ECPR] found that the inc… https://t.co/vnO95ZP7SE 
◾ Media-Party Parallelism → Partisan Economic Perception Gap? @ArjenDalen (2020) [ https://t.co/8ygWyp0nmG in IJPP]… https://t.co/1UTOx1ZIta 
◾ Contribution of Satisfaction with the Workings of EU Democracy on Populist Voting presented in the recent articl… https://t.co/HzAM3ohDmZ 
◾ Effect of Pro-European Integration Attitudes on Populist Voting in Europe - visualized Ivaldi (2020) [… https://t.co/90Yghou1qu 
◾ Country affluence moderates the relationship between individual-level utility and identity considerations and sol… https://t.co/tZKRniZ8Za 
◾ European integration positions analyzed in Schäfer et al. (2020) [ https://t.co/8YaG3a4g6q in @WEPsocial] with… https://t.co/DWqDYHeSyo 
◾ Not older voters’ nostalgia? Using #EESVoterStudy, populism is found in younger age groups in Eastern Europe, whi… https://t.co/XYK7RBJU0M 
◾ Is the importance of the left–right dimension still resolute? With #EESVoterStudy @gesis_org, @e_grossman_fr &… https://t.co/KeHLQjVSNY 
◾ Using #EESEuromanifesto, Hon (2019) [ https://t.co/pnKrXhESHF in @EEPSJournal] finds that in response to poor elec… https://t.co/F1bjdk6AvF 
◾ How are voters accurate on left-right party positions? Using #EESVoterStudy @gesis_org and Chapel Hill Expert Sur… https://t.co/TUbPp04QMI 
◾ Who is the most vulnerable? The last findings from @AndreKrouwel et al. (2020) [ https://t.co/XB9MpPQN4M in… https://t.co/43yiUaXSRX 
◾ Discover the extent to which party group affiliations are more important than substantive considerations in expla… https://t.co/ZYY7dJFyNB 
Autonomy vs. Economy arguments: what can explain the erosion in support for the domestic political system? The cruc… https://t.co/H5HMoufbXG 
◼️ The evolution of gender gap in voter turnout. Based on #EESVoterStudy @gesis_org between 1979-2019,… https://t.co/EQt8UxYEZX 
How established are those populist parties exactly? @krause_we and @Aiko__Wagner (2019) [ https://t.co/SU2Was0Pnq in… https://t.co/o1DPT4AOKx 
◾ Voting for a Eurosceptic party depends on the perception of how much of a threat to your country is an EU crisis… https://t.co/SqcwpBEiu2 
◾ What explains voter preferences for international transfers? Can GNI be an answer? @hanna_kleider and… https://t.co/mehgXh7Njq 
◾ Electorally successful populists change their image of radical opponents of the national political establishment… https://t.co/36QJK0H2JN 
◾ Scherer (2019) [ https://t.co/aNdf42OZfz] shows that citizens from Protestant countries (in contrast to Catholic,… https://t.co/G7KGUWANED 
◾ Who participates more in elections: Men or Women? it depends on the country say @r_dassonneville and… https://t.co/BgjjE2TVXp 
◾ Political distrust is the main driver of support for pirate parties finds @SimonOtjes (2019) [… https://t.co/P9nPw6FSuw 
◾ Higher turnout does not change outcomes in EU elections neither in favour of Eurosceptic nor of Europhile parties… https://t.co/swAm0ANi4h 
▪️ Bad news for the less advantaged people: The poor get worse representation on the issue of redistribution and th… https://t.co/nK9WOtInUF 
Happy to see a growing community making such great use of the #EES2019 data. The full data release coming soon… https://t.co/hlBJ8o3YSL 
DATA RELEASE📢❗❗❗ The early release of the EES2019 Voter Study is now available for download on our website… https://t.co/sYGuwFNo21 
The Spitezenkandidaten effect still holds in the 2019 EP elections. For more insights in the #EES2019 data and a mo… https://t.co/u2nrOAuXbp 
For a peek into the #EES2019 data come see us at #epop2019 roundtable this Saturday from 5pm. Your chance to discus… https://t.co/7S6ufylTne 
Exciting news! The early-release of the #EES2019 data will be available by mid-October. Until then you check-out o… https://t.co/gC05egoJYe 
Great News: the EES 2019 Voter Study is under way in all EU28! This could not have happened without the support of… https://t.co/2qYWMJSybO 
Available for quite a while but never too late to announce it. The integrated Euromanifesto Study 1979-2014 dataset… https://t.co/5QAWLuIonv 
"How the contextual variation in what left and right mean relates to the way that citizens perceive party ideologic… https://t.co/AvHNf3Uoy5 
Some insights on a skepticism of open borders in the Netherlands based on #EESdata and more. In @jepp_journal by… https://t.co/ABguca0yHC 
"The traditional approach to class voting has largely ignored the question whether material class positions coincid… https://t.co/NnCMZgNchl 
Symbols of priority? How the media selectively report on parties’ election campaigns. By @zacdgreene and Maarja Luh… https://t.co/k97Vm1mEDl 
Meet a new book by @CatherineDVries "Euroscepticism and the Future of European Integration". #EESdata https://t.co/5RLPEzGmxB 
One more book based on #EESdata and more: The Routledge Handbook of Elections, Voting Behavior, and Public Opinion https://t.co/hki8TplvR4 
How does the attitude of (manual) workers towards the EU compare to that of the middle and upper classes in the aft… https://t.co/BptezPZ5Dw 
What makes political candidates run a party-focused or personalized election campaign? https://t.co/KiQ31ClbxO on E… https://t.co/yRu74Pov1s 
Why do EU citizens offer the EU another chance to tackle economic instability and insecurity?… https://t.co/dYC3c6rJeB