A blog detailing differences in British public opinion on matters of foreign policy across three age cohorts: http://www.psa.ac.uk/insight-plus/blog/age-and-foreign-policy-beliefs-differences-count
First wave of surveys from ESRC survey capture British attitudes to sanctioning Russia for actions in Crimea. Partisan differences evident, with UKIP supporters most opposed. More details here: Press Release Ukraine
Full details can be found at: http://www.psa.ac.uk/insight-plus/blog/how-much-do-we-actually-know-about-what-and-how-british-public-thinks-about
The crisis in Syria and public opinion: views from the UK, US and France.” For details, see: http://fpc.org.uk/events/syria_public_opinion.
After nearly 4 years of Tom’s website we are now undergoing a facelift. We hope to have everything on the site migrated in early 2014, please bare with us while we move articles and files for replication. Hopefully the cleaner new responsive design will work well with tablets. In the meantime if you can’t find… Read More »
Comments welcome! Find out the full information on the ESRC Project Page
New Paper on 2010 American Midterm Election! Article appearing in Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties finds low support for Obama’s healthcare plan hurt Democratic candidates in the 2010 House elections. See the paper and other appendices here.
Now online! This is a questionnaire for the 10 city Quality of Life Survey fielded in late 2007. Approximately 1,000 respondents were interviewed in the cities of Seoul, New York, Toronto, Milan, Berlin, Stockholm, Beijing, London, Tokyo, and Paris. Data collection was generously funded and supported by the South Korean National Academy of Sciences, the… Read More »
Draft versions of ESRC Foreign Policy Questionnaires Now Available! Comments Welcome! The following are draft versions of the questionnaires that we hope to field in October–comments are welcome. Britain United States Full ESRC Project Page here
This paper is the initial output from what my co-authors and I hope to be a book project on heterogeneity in patterns and trends in party identification. Neundorf, Anja, Daniel Stegmueller, and Thomas J. Scotto. 2011. “The Individual Level Dynamics of Bounded Partisanship.” Public Opinion Quarterly 75: 458-482. This paper is the initial output from… Read More »