IJPOR Summer 2020 Issue Now Available
The latest issue of the International Journal for Public Opinion Research (IJPOR) is online. There are five articles and 12 research notes in Volume 32, Issue 12 (Summer 2020), covering topics such as opinions about estimation of future public opinion, economic news and its effect on trust in the EU, mirror experiments in survey research, and various articles about politics. Current WAPOR members have free access to the IJPOR online through our member portal. Not yet a member for 2020? Log in at https://access.wapor.org to join renew and gain access!
Back to the Future: Democratic Responsiveness and the Estimation of Future Public Opinion (Eric Merkley, Andrew Owen)
Bad News, Declining Trust? Effect of Exposure to Economic News on Trust in the European Union (Anna Brosius, Erike J. van Elsas, Claes H. de Vreese)
How Mediated Opinion Polls Influence Political Parties: Revisiting the Arena Framework (Per Oleskog Tryggvason)
Measuring Populism across Nations: Testing for Measurement Invariance of an Inventory of Populist Attitudes (Martin Wettstein, Anne Schulz, Merco Steenbergen, Christian Schemer, Philipp Müller, Dominique S. Wirz, Werner Wirth)
Pervasive Polarization or Partial Convergence? Moral Attitudes of Religious and Secular People at Various Levels of Development (Achim HildebrandtSebastian Jäckle)
Right-Wing Authoritarianism and National Identification: The Role of Democratic Context (Salvador Vargas-Salfate James H. Liu Homero Gil de Zúñiga)
The Quality of Public Opinion Poll Coverage in German National Newspapers during Federal Election Campaigns (Catharina Vögele Marko Bachl)
How Stable is the Sense of Civic Duty to Vote? A Panel Study on the Individual-Level Stability of the Attitude (Fernando Feitosa, Carol Galais)
Effects of Conditional Incentives on Response Rate, Non-Response Bias and Measurement Error in a High Response-Rate Context (Henrik Oscarsson, Sofia Arkhede)
Ideology, Identity, and the Immediate: Analyzing American Jewish Attitudes toward Israel (Dawid Tatarczyk Peter W. Wielhouwer)
Lying About Corruption in Surveys: Evidence from a Joint Response Model (Virginia Oliveros, Daniel W. Gingerich)
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