Electoral Studies

(The H4-Index of Electoral Studies is 33. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
How the Alternative for Germany (AfD) and their voters veered to the radical right, 2013–2017119
Incumbency as a source of spillover effects in mixed electoral systems: Evidence from a regression-discontinuity design111
Endogenous economic voting: evidence from the 1997 British election105
Terror and elections: Lessons from Spain96
The economy, corruption, and the vote: Evidence from experiments in Sweden and Moldova82
Measuring party positions and issue salience from media coverage: Discussing and cross-validating new indicators81
Poverty and vote buying: Survey-based evidence from Africa70
Strategic coalition voting: Evidence from Austria70
Chapel Hill Expert Survey trend file, 1999–201967
Proportional representation and attitudes about politics: results from New Zealand65
Do voters turn out more under proportional than majoritarian systems? The evidence from Swiss communal elections60
Split-voting in the Federal Republic of Germany: An analysis of the federal elections from 1953 to 198759
Partisan mail and voter turnout: results from randomized field experiments59
Internet voting and turnout: Evidence from Switzerland56
Representative misconduct, voter perceptions and accountability: Evidence from the 2009 House of Commons expenses scandal53
From the Luxembourg compromise to codecision: Decision making in the European Union53
From voter ID to party ID: How political parties affect perceptions of election fraud in the U.S.50
Does the economy really matter for satisfaction with democracy? Longitudinal and cross-country evidence from the European Union50
From Argentina to Zambia: a world-wide test of economic voting45
Partisanship and confidence in the vote count: Evidence from U.S. national elections since 200044
Does voting rights affect the political maturity of 16- and 17-year-olds? Findings from the 2011 Norwegian voting-age trial43
How partisan affect shapes citizens' perception of the political world43
From ballots to bullets: an empirical assessment of how national elections influence state uses of political repression41
Campaign spending effects in U.S. Senate elections: Evidence from the National Annenberg Election Survey40
Ballot position and election results: Evidence from a natural experiment38
Strategic coalition voting: Evidence from New Zealand38
How do citizens attribute responsibility in multilevel states? Learning, biases and asymmetric federalism. Evidence from Spain36
Turnout in Germany in the course of time: Life cycle and cohort effects on electoral turnout from 1953 to 204936
Trust in elections and the institutional design of electoral authorities: Evidence from Latin America36
Evaluating partisan gains from Congressional gerrymandering: Using computer simulations to estimate the effect of gerrymandering in the U.S. House36
Do conditional cash transfer programs shift votes? Evidence from the Honduran PRAF36
Valence beyond consensus: Party competence and policy dispersion from a comparative perspective35
Does Election Day weather affect voter turnout? Evidence from Swedish elections33
Voting for women in nonpartisan and partisan elections33