Jonathan Mellon
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Twitter and Facebook are not representative of the general population: Political attitudes and demographics of British social media users
J Mellon, C Prosser
Research & Politics 4 (3), 2053168017720008, 2017
1232017
Internet search data and issue salience: The properties of Google Trends as a measure of issue salience
J Mellon
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 24 (1), 45-72, 2014
122*2014
Working class votes and Conservative losses: solving the UKIP puzzle
G Evans, J Mellon
Parliamentary Affairs 69 (2), 464-479, 2016
992016
Where and when can we use Google Trends to measure issue salience?
J Mellon
PS: Political Science & Politics 46 (2), 280-290, 2013
962013
British Election Study 2014-2020
E Fieldhouse, J Green, G Evans, H Schmitt, C van der Eijk, J Mellon, ...
82*2020
The Effect of Bureaucratic Responsiveness on Citizen Participation
FM Sjoberg, J Mellon, T Peixoto
Public Administration Review, 2017
74*2017
Effects of the internet on participation: Study of a public policy referendum in Brazil
P Spada, J Mellon, T Peixoto, FM Sjoberg
Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 187-207, 2016
55*2016
Immigration, Euroscepticism and the Rise and Fall of UKIP
GA Evans, J Mellon
Party Politics, 2019
42*2019
Do mobile phone surveys work in poor countries?
B Leo, R Morello, J Mellon, T Peixoto, ST Davenport
Center for Global Development Working Paper, 2015
382015
British election study 2015 and 2017 face-to-face post-election surveys
E Fieldhouse, J Green, G Evans, H Schmitt, C Van der Eijk, J Mellon, ...
UK Data Service, 2015
36*2015
What mattered most to you when deciding how to vote in the EU referendum
C Prosser, J Mellon, J Green
British Election Study, 2016
35*2016
Missing Non-Voters and Misweighted Samples: Explaining the 2015 Great British Polling Miss
J Mellon, C Prosser
Public Opinion Quarterly, 2017
332017
Tremors but no youthquake: Measuring changes in the age and turnout gradients at the 2015 and 2017 British general elections
C Prosser, E Fieldhouse, J Green, J Mellon, G Evans
Electoral Studies, 102129, 2020
322020
Brexit or Corbyn? Campaign and Inter-Election Vote Switching in the 2017 UK General Election
J Mellon, G Evans, E Fieldhouse, J Green, C Prosser
Parliamentary Affairs, 2018
312018
Electoral Shocks: The volatile voter in a turbulent world
E Fieldhouse, J Green, G Evans, J Mellon, C Prosser, H Schmitt, ...
Oxford University Press, 2020
30*2020
Class, Electoral Geography and the Future of UKIP: Labour's Secret Weapon?
J Mellon, G Evans
Parliamentary Affairs 69 (2), 492-498, 2016
292016
Social class: Identity, awareness and political attitudes: Why are we still working class?
G Evans, J Mellon
British Social Attitudes 33, 2016
272016
Civic tech in the global south
T Peixoto, ML Sifry, M Belcher, CA Lopes, M Haikin, J Mellon, F Sjoberg
Washington, DC: World Bank and Personal Democracy Press, 2017
19*2017
Does online voting change the outcome? Evidence from a multi-mode public policy referendum
J Mellon, T Peixoto, FM Sjoberg
Electoral Studies 47, 13-24, 2017
172017
The Twilight of the Polls? A Review of Trends in Polling Accuracy and the Causes of Polling Misses
C Prosser, J Mellon
Government and Opposition 53 (4), 757-790, 2018
162018
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