Debra Leiter
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Does the ideological dispersion of parties mediate the electoral impact of valence? A cross-national study of party support in nine western European democracies
M Clark, D Leiter
Comparative Political Studies 47 (2), 171-202, 2014
Partisan sorting and niche parties in Europe
J Adams, L Ezrow, D Leiter
West European Politics 35 (6), 1272-1294, 2012
Subconstituency reactions to elite depolarization in the Netherlands: an analysis of the Dutch public's policy beliefs and partisan loyalties, 1986–98
J Adams, CE De Vries, D Leiter
British Journal of Political Science 42 (1), 81-105, 2012
Social networks and citizen election forecasting: The more friends the better
D Leiter, A Murr, ER Ramírez, M Stegmaier
International Journal of Forecasting 34 (2), 235-248, 2018
Valence and satisfaction with democracy: A cross‐national analysis of nine W estern E uropean democracies
D Leiter, M Clark
European Journal of Political Research 54 (3), 543-562, 2015
Winners and losers reconsidered: party support, character valence, and satisfaction with democracy
D Leiter, AK Clark, M Clark
European Political Science Review 11 (3), 285-300, 2019
That Woman from Michigan: How Gender Resentment Shapes the Efficacy of Stay-at-Home Policies
N Kalaf-Hughes, D Leiter
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 983-990, 2020
Social networks, predispositions and split-ticket voting: the case of the 1990 German Unification election
D Leiter
Political Studies 67 (1), 171-190, 2019
The Conditionality of Voter Decision-Making: Ideological Proximity and Valence in Western European Democracies
DL Leiter
University of California, Davis, 2013
The Conditionality of Voter Decision-Making: How Voter Sophistication Conditions the Impact of Ideological Proximity–But not the Impact of Valence–in European Elections
D Leiter
Typescript, University of California at Davis, 2013
The Conditionality of Voter Decision-Making: How Voter Sophistication Conditions Use of Valence and Ideological Proximity in Party-Centric Systems
D Leiter
Working Paper, 0
Echoing certainty in uncertain times: Network partisan agreement and the quality of citizen forecasts in the 2015 Canadian election
D Leiter, JL Reilly, M Stegmaier
Electoral Studies 63, 102115, 2020
Third Parties, Turnout, and Social Influence: Why Third Party Entry May Decrease Turnout in Plurality Systems
D Leiter, JL Reilly, J Bremson
Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference of The Computational Social …, 2017
The Inquiry’s the Thing: Teaching Quantitative Research Without Teaching Statistical Software
D Leiter
The Palgrave Handbook of Political Research Pedagogy, 193-204, 2021
The crowding of social distancing: How social context and interpersonal connections affect individual responses to the coronavirus
D Leiter, J Reilly, B Vonnahme
Social Science Quarterly, 2021
Using An Agent-Based Model to Test Institutional Variation: Creating a Counterfactual World
D Leiter, J Reilly
SAGE Publications Ltd, 2019
Middlesex University Research Repository
D Leiter, A Murr, EO Rascon Ramirez
Voters do not improve their evaluations of the political system simply because the government is behaving well
D Leiter, M Clark
Democratic Audit UK, 2015
The Reciprocal Influences of Dutch Voters' Policy Beliefs and Party Evaluations
J Adams, CE De Vries, DL Leiter
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
Which Voting Subconstituencies Reacted to Elite Depolarization in the Netherlands? An Analysis of the Dutch Public’s Policy Beliefs and Partisan Loyalties, 1986-1998
J Adams, C de Vries, D Leiter
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