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Reversing the causal arrow: The political conditioning of economic perceptions in the 2000–2004 US presidential election cycle
G Evans, M Pickup
The Journal of Politics 72 (4), 1236-1251, 2010
3482010
How populism and conservative media fuel conspiracy beliefs about COVID-19 and what it means for COVID-19 behaviors
DA Stecula, M Pickup
Research & Politics 8 (1), 2053168021993979, 2021
1732021
Populist radical right parties mobilizing ‘the people’? The role of populist radical right success in voter turnout
T Immerzeel, M Pickup
Electoral Studies 40, 347-360, 2015
1502015
Introduction to time series analysis
M Pickup
Sage Publications, 2014
1482014
Novel coronavirus, old partisanship: COVID-19 attitudes and behaviours in the United States and Canada
M Pickup, D Stecula, C Van Der Linden
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
1032020
A hierarchy of preferences: A longitudinal network analysis approach to PTA formation
MS Manger, MA Pickup, TAB Snijders
Journal of Conflict Resolution 56 (5), 853-878, 2012
842012
Addressing the endogeneity of economic evaluations in models of political choice
M Pickup, G Evans
Public Opinion Quarterly 77 (3), 735-754, 2013
772013
For and against Brexit: A survey experiment of the impact of campaign effects on public attitudes toward EU membership
M Goodwin, S Hix, M Pickup
British Journal of Political Science 50 (2), 481-495, 2020
752020
Social media, cognitive reflection, and conspiracy beliefs
DA Stecula, M Pickup
Frontiers in Political Science 3, 647957, 2021
732021
When do economic perceptions matter for party approval? Examining the endogeneity of economic perceptions before and during the economic downturn
K Chzhen, G Evans, M Pickup
Political Behavior 36, 291-313, 2014
682014
Are they listening? Public opinion, interest groups and government responsiveness
H Klüver, M Pickup
West European Politics 42 (1), 91-112, 2019
672019
From polls to votes to seats: Forecasting the 2010 British general election
SD Fisher, R Ford, W Jennings, M Pickup, C Wlezien
Electoral Studies 30 (2), 250-257, 2011
562011
Campaign trial heats as election forecasts: Measurement error and bias in 2004 presidential campaign polls
M Pickup, R Johnston
International Journal of Forecasting 24 (2), 272-284, 2008
472008
Campaign trial heats as electoral information: Evidence from the 2004 and 2006 Canadian federal elections
M Pickup, R Johnston
Electoral Studies 26 (2), 460-476, 2007
472007
The coevolution of trade agreement networks and democracy
MS Manger, MA Pickup
Journal of Conflict Resolution 60 (1), 164-191, 2016
452016
Polls and the Vote in B ritain
C Wlezien, W Jennings, S Fisher, R Ford, M Pickup
Political Studies 61, 66-91, 2013
432013
How norms shape the nature of belief systems in mass publics
E Groenendyk, EO Kimbrough, M Pickup
American Journal of Political Science 67 (3), 623-638, 2023
42*2023
The mediated horserace: Campaign polls and poll reporting
JS Matthews, M Pickup, F Cutler
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2012
412012
Social capital and civic community in Alberta
M Pickup, A Sayers, R Knopff, K Archer
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2004
362004
Threat, prejudice and the impact of the riots in England
EA De Rooij, MJ Goodwin, M Pickup
Social Science Research 51, 369-383, 2015
322015
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