European Journal of Political Research

(The H4-Index of European Journal of Political Research is 18. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
The effect of COVID‐19 lockdowns on political support: Some good news for democracy?265
Political trust during the Covid‐19 pandemic: Rally around the flag or lockdown effects?119
How the coronavirus crisis affects citizen trust in institutions and in unknown others: Evidence from ‘the Swedish experiment’118
Still blurry? Economic salience, position and voting for radical right parties in Western Europe52
Retrospective pledge voting: A comparative study of the electoral consequences of government parties’ pledge fulfilment37
Voter mobilisation in the echo chamber: Broadband internet and the rise of populism in Europe31
If I'll win it, I want it: The role of instrumental considerations in explaining public support for referendums29
Dynamics of protest and electoral politics in the Great Recession27
Empowered and enraged: Political efficacy, anger and support for populism in Europe25
Elite‐public interaction on twitter: EU issue expansion in the campaign23
Under pressure. Economic constraints, electoral politics and labour market reforms in Southern Europe in the decade of the Great Recession23
The European lavender vote: Sexuality, ideology and vote choice in Western Europe22
Class and social policy in the knowledge economy20
Terrorist attacks and Europeans’ attitudes towards immigrants: An experimental approach20
Different worlds of contention? Protest in Northwestern, Southern and Eastern Europe19
In‐group solidarity or out‐group hostility in response to terrorism in France? Evidence from a regression discontinuity design19
Between governance‐driven democratisation and democracy‐driven governance: Explaining changes in participatory governance in the case of Barcelona19
European ruling parties’ electoral strategies and overseas enfranchisement policies19
Uncooperative society, uncooperative politics or both? Trust, polarization, populism and COVID‐19 deaths across European regions18
The more the better? Rule growth and policy impact from a macro perspective18