International Journal of Public Opinion Research

Papers
(The TQCC of International Journal of Public Opinion Research is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
The SciPop Scale for Measuring Science-Related Populist Attitudes in Surveys: Development, Test, and Validation22
Xenophobia in the Time of a Pandemic: Social Media Use, Stereotypes, and Prejudice against Immigrants during the COVID-19 Crisis22
How Internet Access Drives Global Vaccine Skepticism16
The Effects of Populist Identity Framing on Populist Attitudes Across Europe: Evidence From a 15-Country Comparative Experiment15
Learning about Politics from Mass Media and Social Media: Moderating Roles of Press Freedom and Public Service Broadcasting in 11 Countries12
The Bandwagon Effect in an Online Voting Experiment With Real Political Organizations12
Affective Polarization in Political and Nonpolitical Settings12
Does Knowing Democracy Affect Answers to Democratic Support Questions? A Survey Experiment in Indonesia10
Complementary and competitive framing of driverless cars: framing effects, attitude volatility, or attitude resistance?9
Russian News Media, Digital Media, Informational Learned Helplessness, and Belief in COVID-19 Misinformation9
You Are Wrong Because I Am Right! The Perceived Causes and Ideological Biases of Misinformation Beliefs9
The Affective Foundation of Political Opinion Expression on Social Media: A Panel Analysis8
Not All Terror Is Alike: How Right-Wing Extremist and Islamist Terror Threat Affect Anti-immigration Party Support8
Publics’ Support for Novel and Established Science Issues Linked to Perceived Knowledge and Deference to Science8
How Do Campaigns Matter? Independents, Political Information, and the Enlightening Role of Campaigns in Mexico7
Understanding economic and cultural underpinnings of anti-immigrant attitudes: multilevel evidence from the Asian Barometer Survey Wave IV (2014–2016)7
The Effect of Gain-versus-Loss Framing of Economic and Health Prospects of Different COVID-19 Interventions: An Experiment Integrating Equivalence and Emphasis Framing6
Measuring public support for distributive justice principles: assessing the measurement quality of the Basic Social Justice Orientations scale6
Some Deficits and Some Misperceptions: Linking Partisanship With Climate Change Cognitions6
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