Political Research Quarterly

Papers
(The TQCC of Political Research Quarterly is 4. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Disinformation as a Threat to Deliberative Democracy88
Going Feminine: Identifying How and When Female Candidates Emphasize Feminine and Masculine Traits on the Campaign Trail28
Minority Opposition and Asymmetric Parties? Senators’ Partisan Rhetoric on Twitter25
Shared Identities: Intersectionality, Linked Fate, and Perceptions of Political Candidates24
It Takes a Motive: Communal and Agentic Articulated Interest and Candidate Emergence22
Place-Based Resentment in Contemporary U.S. Elections: The Individual Sources of America’s Urban-Rural Divide22
The Effect of the #MeToo Movement on Political Engagement and Ambition in 201821
TRENDS: A Red Flag for Participation: The Influence of Chinese Mainlandization on Political Behavior in Hong Kong18
Police Violence and Public Opinion After George Floyd: How the Black Lives Matter Movement and Endorsements Affect Support for Reforms17
Latinxs in La Migra: Why They Join and Why It Matters15
Ideology and Specific Support for the Supreme Court14
Revisiting the Causal Links between Economic Sanctions and Human Rights Violations12
Loyalty over Fairness: Acceptance of Unfair Supreme Court Procedures12
Are Political Attacks a Laughing Matter? Three Experiments on Political Humor and the Effectiveness of Negative Campaigning12
Catching My Anger: How Political Elites Create Angrier Citizens12
TRENDS: Diploma divide: Educational attainment and the realignment of the American electorate11
Role Model or Role Expansion? Popular Perceptions of the Military in Tunisia11
What Satisfaction with Democracy? A Global Analysis of “Satisfaction with Democracy” Measures11
Scaling Authoritarian Information Control: How China Adjusts the Level of Online Censorship11
The Power of Equality? Polarization and Collective Mis-representation on Gay Rights in Congress, 1989–201911
Does Punishing Sanctions Busters Work? Sanctions Enforcement and U.S. Trade with Sanctioned States11
TRENDS: The Supreme Court’s (Surprising?) Indifference to Public Opinion11
Emotional Responses Shape the Substance of Information Seeking under Conditions of Threat11
Personality on the Hill: Expert Evaluations of U.S. Senators’ Psychological Traits10
“Networked” Revolutions? ICTs and Protest Mobilization in Non-Democratic Regimes10
Determinants of Rejected Mail Ballots in Georgia’s 2018 General Election10
Elite Messaging and Partisan Consumerism: An Evaluation of President Trump’s Tweets and Polarization of Corporate Brand Images9
The Language of Legacies: The Politics of Evoking Dead Leaders9
Affective Polarization and Support for the U.S. Supreme Court9
TRENDS: Do Women Seek “Women of Color” for Public Office? Exploring Women’s Support for Electing Women of Color9
Let’s Work Together: Bill Success via Women’s Cosponsorship in U.S. State Legislatures8
Political Competition and Right-Wing Terrorism: A County-Level Analysis of the United States8
Information and Policy Innovation in U.S. States8
The Intersectional Effects of Diverse Elections on Validated Turnout in the 2018 Midterm Elections8
Mandated Choice Policies: When Are They Preferable?8
Online Incivility in the 2020 Congressional Elections8
Political Hearings Reinforce Legal Norms: Confirmation Hearings and Views of the United States Supreme Court8
From Mistrust to Understanding: Inclusive Constitution-Making Design and Agreement in Tunisia8
Labor Unions and Non-member Political Protest Mobilization in the United States7
Veto Threat Bargaining with a Bicameral Congress7
Public Perceptions of Collaborative Governance in Transportation Policy7
President Obama and the Emergence of Islamophobia in Mass Partisan Preferences7
Epistemic Communities and Public Support for the Paris Agreement on Climate Change7
What Drives Women’s Substantive Representation in Muslim-Majority Countries? Lessons from Turkey7
Youth Advantage Versus Gender Penalty: Selecting and Electing Young Candidates7
Who Punishes More? Partisanship, Punitive Policies, and the Puzzle of Democratic Governors7
Police-Generated Killings: The Gap between Ethics and Law7
Measuring Democratic Listening: A Listening Quality Index6
Partisanship, Policy, and Americans’ Evaluations of State-Level COVID-19 Policies Prior to the 2020 Election6
Running as a Woman? Candidate Presentation in the 2018 Midterms6
Varieties of Public Attitudes toward Immigration: Evidence from Survey Experiments in Japan6
A Double-Edge Sword? Mass Media and Nonviolent Dissent in Autocracies6
Motivated Reasoning and Attitudes Towards Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings: Evidence from Five Nominations and an Experiment6
Guardians of Democracy or Passive Bystanders? A Conjoint Experiment on Elite Transgressions of Democratic Norms6
Getting a High Heel in the Door: An Experiment on State Legislator Responsiveness to Women’s Issue Lobbying6
Bridging the Divide: Does Social Capital Moderate the Impact of Polarization on Health?6
Political Crisis in Central Government and Bureaucrats’ Responses in Provincial Government: The Impact of Governors’ Characteristics6
Attitudes Towards LGBT Individuals After bostock v. Clayton County: Evidence From a Quasi Experiment6
Value Disagreement and Partisan Sorting in the American Mass Public6
She Persisted: Gender, Electoral Loss, and the Decision to Run Again6
Antisemitic Attitudes Across the Ideological Spectrum6
Campaign Contributions and Access to Congressional Offices: Patterns in Foreign Lobbying Data5
Merit, Luck, and Taxes: Societal Reward Rules, Self-Interest, and Ideology in a Real-Effort Voting Experiment5
Voter Beliefs and Strategic Voting in Two-Round Elections5
More than Mere Access: An Experiment on Moneyed Interests, Information Provision, and Legislative Action in Congress5
Political Inequality in the Digital World: The Puzzle of Asian American Political Participation Online5
How Other Minorities Gained Access: The War on Poverty and Asian American and Latino Community Organizing5
“They Were Laughing”: Congressional Framing of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s Sexual Assault Allegations on Twitter5
Inclusivity and Decentralisation of Candidate Selectorates: Factional Consequences for Centre-Left Parties in England, Germany, and the United States5
Electoral Systems and the Substantive Representation of Marginalized Groups: Evidence from Women’s Issue Bills in South Korea5
Identity in Campaign Finance and Elections: The Impact of Gender and Race on Money Raised in 2010–2018 U.S. House Elections5
Why Do Election Results Change after Election Day? The “Blue Shift” in California Elections5
Amusing Ourselves to Loyalty? Entertainment, Propaganda, and Regime Resilience in China5
Sore Losers: Does Terrorism and Approval of Terrorism Increase in Democracies When Election Losers Refuse to Accept Election Results?5
From Home Base to Swing States: The Evolution of Digital Advertising Strategies during the 2020 US Presidential Primary5
Instant Credibility: The Conditional Role of Professional Background in Policymaking Success5
Judicial Merit Selection: Beliefs about Fairness and the Undermining of Gender Diversity on the Bench5
Legacies of Stalin or Putin? Public Opinion and Historical Memory in Ukraine5
Urban-Rural Differences in Non-Voting Political Behaviors5
All of the Above: Lobbying Allied, Undecided, and Opposing Lawmakers in Committee and on the Floor4
Gender, Power, and Colleague Aggression in U.S. State Senates4
When Clientelism Backfires: Vote Buying, Democratic Attitudes, and Electoral Retaliation in Latin America4
Media Attention and Deliberation on the Supreme Court4
Detecting Diverse Perspectives: Using Text Analytics to Reveal Sex Differences in Congressional Debate About Defense4
Who Wants to Raise Taxes?4
TRENDS:The Influence of Personalized Knowledge at the Supreme Court: How (Some) Former Law Clerks Have the Inside Track4
When Do Men MPs Claim to Represent Women in Plenary Debates—Time-Series Cross-Sectional Evidence from the German States4
Income Inequality and Ideological Positions in the U.S. Congress4
Closest to the People? Incumbency Advantage and the Personal Vote in Non-Partisan Elections4
Laboratories of Politics: There is Bottom-up Diffusion of Policy Attention in the American Federal System4
Technology Threats to Employment, Issues, and Candidate and Party Preferences in the United States4
Does the Public Hold Governors Accountable for Policy Outcomes?4
Partisanship on the Playground: Expressive Party Politics Among Children4
Deservingness Heuristics and Policy Attitudes toward the Elderly in an Aging Society: Evidence from Japan4
Subnational State Capacity and the Repression of Protest: Evidence from Mexico4
The All-Affected Principle and the Question of Asymmetry4
How Wide is the Arc of Racial Solidarity? People of Color and Middle Easterners and North Africans4
Weather to Vote: How Natural Disasters Shape Turnout Decisions4
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