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Jack Bailey
Jack Bailey
Research Associate, The University of Manchester
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk - Homepage
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The fact remains: Party ID moderates how voters respond to economic change
J Bailey
Electoral Studies 61, 102071, 2019
192019
How do coronavirus attitudes fit into britain’s ideological landscape?
J Mellon, J Bailey, C Prosser
Parliamentary Affairs 74 (3), 597-616, 2021
82021
Who cares if you vote? Partisan pressure and social norms of voting
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts, J Bailey
Political Behavior, 1-20, 2020
52020
Political Surveys Bias Self-Reported Economic Perceptions
J Bailey
Public Opinion Quarterly 85 (4), 987-1008, 2021
32021
PollBasePro: Daily Estimates of Aggregate Voting Intention in Britain from 1955 to the Present Day
J Bailey, M Pack, L Mansillo
12021
What's the Half-Life of the Economic Vote? (About a Year and a Half)
J Bailey
12021
Common Retrospective Economic Perception Items Show Good Test-Retest Reliability
J Bailey
2022
2019 British Election Study Post-Election Random Probability Survey User Guide and Codebook
E Fieldhouse, J Green, G Evans, J Mellon, C Prosser, R de Geus, J Bailey
https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/3Y9DV, 2021
2021
UK Aggregate Turnout is Mismeasured
J Mellon, J Bailey, G Evans, EA Fieldhouse, J Green, C Prosser
Available at SSRN 3773695, 2021
2021
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