À noter: Toutes publications utilisent, en partie ou entièrement, des bases de données collectées par le réseau C-Dem. En gras sont les chercheures principaux, co-chercheurs, collaborateurs ou membre du comité consultatif du C-Dem ou une personne venant d’un de nos partenaires.  Les étudiants et les chercheurs postdoctoraux affilié au réseau C-Dem sont surlignés.

  1. Scott, C. [Module winner publication] (2022). Supporting the Right to Wear Religious Symbols: The Importance of Perceived Commitment to the Nation. Politics and Religion (online prepublication): 1-20. doi:10.1017/S1755048322000141
  2. Rivard, A., & Lockhart, M. (2022). Government Preferences, Vote Choice and Strategic Voting in Canada. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 55(3), 721-733. doi:10.1017/S000842392200052X 
  3. Polacko, M., Kiss, S., & Graefe, P. (2022). The Changing Nature of Class Voting in Canada, 1965–2019. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, 1-24.
  4. Garnett, H. A., & Leibel, E. (2022). Public Perceptions of Electoral Management in Canada. Journal of Election Administration Research & Practice1(1).
  5. Besco, R., & Matthews, J. S. (2022). Racial Spillover in Political Attitudes: Generalizing to a New Leader and Context. Political Behaviorhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s11109-022-09777-3
  6. Blais, A., Sevi, S., & Plescia, C. (2022). Are voters’ views about proportional outcomes shaped by partisan preferences? A survey experiment in the context of a real election. Political Science Research and Methods10(2), 445–451.
  7. Cutler, F., Rivard, A., & Hodgson, A. (2022). Why Bother? Supporters of Locally Weaker Parties Are Less Likely to Vote or to Vote Sincerely. Canadian Journal of Political Science55(1), 208–225.
  8. Johnston, R., & Lachance, S. (2022). The predictable campaign: Theory and evidence. Electoral Studies75https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2021.102432
  9. Kennedy, J., Sayers, A., & Alcantara, C. (2022). Does Federalism Prevent Democratic Accountability? Assigning Responsibility for Rates of COVID-19 Testing. Political Studies Review20(1), 158–165.
  10. Piscitelli, A., Perella, A., & Payler, A. (2022). Public Expectations of School Board Trustees. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy198, 19–34.
  11. Rekker, R. (2022). Young trendsetters: How young voters fuel electoral volatility. Electoral Studies75https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2021.102425
  12. Sevi, S., & Blais, A. (2022). Does Voting in One Election Reduce the Expected Cost of Voting in Subsequent Elections? Canadian Journal of Political Sciencehttps://doi.org/10.1017/S0008423922000063
  13. Bergeron, T., & Galipeau, T. (2021). The Political Implications of Personality in Canada. Canadian Journal of Political Science54(2), 292–315.
  14. Bouchard, J. (2021). “I think Canadians look like all sorts of people”: Ethnicity, political leadership, and the case of Jagmeet Singh. The Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, 1–32. https://doi.org/10.1017/rep.2020.51
  15. Erl, C. (2021). The People and The Nation: The “Thick” and the “Thin” of Right-Wing Populism in Canada. Social Science Quarterly102(1), 107–124.
  16. Johnson, A., Tolley, E., Thomas, M., & Bodet, M. A. (2021). A New Dataset on the Demographics of Canadian Federal Election Candidates. Canadian Journal of Political Science54(3), 717–725.
  17. Obermeier, N. (2021). COVID-19, economic anxiety, and support for international economic integration. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties31(sup1), 15–25.
  18. Lucas, J., & Armstrong, D. A. (2021). Policy Ideology and Local Ideological Representation in Canada. Canadian Journal of Political Science54(4), 959–976.
  19. McMahon, N., Sayers, A., & Alcantara, C. (2021). Political donations and the gender gap during COVID-19. Party Politicshttps://doi.org/10.1177/13540688211047768
  20. Stephenson, L. B., Harell, A., Rubenson, D., & Loewen, P. J. (2021). Measuring Preferences and Behaviours in the 2019 Canadian Election Study. Canadian Journal of Political Science54(1), 118–124.
  21. French-Bourgeois, L., Harell, A., & Stephenson, L. B. (2020). To Follow or Not to Follow: Social Norms and Civic Duty during a Pandemic. Canadian Journal of Political Science53(2), 273–278.
  22. Clarke, H. D., & Pammett, J. H. (2020). Environmental Issues in Recent British and Canadian Elections. Canadian Journal of European and Russian Studies14(2), 102–128.
  23. Kennedy, J., Anderson, C. D., & Stephenson, L. B. (2020). The Canada-US Relationship: An Updated Evaluation of Public Opinion. American Review of Canadian Studies50(1), 9–31.