Data for: Taking Official Positions: How Public Policy Preferences Influence the Platforms of Parties in the United States
Contributors: Christopher Williams, Charlana Benefiel
... This dataset contains public opinion data regarding multiple policy areas from 1947 through 2011 in the United States, as well as data regarding the percentage of statements in Republican and Democratic platforms that were dedicated to each policy area. This data was originally collected through the Policy Agendas Project.
Data for: Immigrants against Immigration: Competition, Identity and Immigrants’ Vote on Free Movement in Switzerland
Contributors: Oliver Strijbis, Javier Polavieja
... Replication files contain Stata do-files for the construction of the dataset, replication of the main analysis, replication of the supplemental material, and data on cross-border commuters in Switzerland.
Data for: Measures and Votes: Party Performance under Free List Proportional Representation with Evidence from Ecuador
Contributors: John Polga-Hecimovich, Thomas Mustillo
... Electoral Data for Ecuador
Contributors: Damien Bol, Jean-Benoit Pilet, Lidia Nunez, André Blais, Xavier Gillard
... The analysis are based on these three datasets. We also include the do-file. In case the paper is accepted, we'll clean the do-file to make sure it's easy to replicate the analysis as an outside researcher.
Contributors: Kevin Fahey
... These are the datasets and R Scripts used for the attached article.
Data for: The Alternative Vote: Do Changes in Single-member Voting Systems Affect Descriptive Representation of Women and Minorities?
Contributors: Sarah John, Haley Smith, Elizabeth Zack
... Data from 434 local electoral contests in 11 cities in California (Alameda, Anaheim, Berkeley, Richmond, Richmond, San Francisco, San Jose, San Leandro, Santa Ana, Santa Clara, and Stockton). Each observation in the dataset is a seat that was up for election between 1995 and 2014 in the selected cities. The dataset indicates whether the city was a treatment city -- ie. whether it adopted the Alternative Vote (aka instant runoff or ranked choice voting) and whether the contest occurred after AV was adopted (the time variable). District- and city-level electoral structure, socio-economic and demographic variables are included.
Contributors: Charles Tien, Michael Lewis-Beck
... Stata file that includes variables used in the preparation of this manuscript. The description of how the variables are coded is in the text of the manuscript.
Data for: A Dynamic Model of the Invalid Vote: How A Changing Candidate Menu Shapes Null Voting Behavior
Contributors: Mollie Cohen
... Data and replication files for analysis, supplementary information for the paper, "A Dynamic Model of the Invalid Vote: How A Changing Candidate Menu Shapes Null Voting Behavior"
Contributors: Francisco Veiga, Linda Veiga
Data for: Do Private Money Depress Electoral Turnout? An Empirical Investigation of Voter Participation
Contributors: Kiril Kolev
... Replication data for research article