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Christopher J. Williams
Christopher J. Williams
Fors Marsh Group
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Differentiated party response: The effect of Euroskeptic public opinion on party positions
C Williams, JJ Spoon
European Union Politics 16 (2), 176-193, 2015
852015
It Takes Two: How Euroskeptic Public Opinion and Party Divisions Influence Party Positions
JJ Spoon, C Williams
West European Politics 40 (4), 741-762, 2017
472017
When shifting backfires: the electoral consequences of responding to niche party EU positions
MJ Meijers, CJ Williams
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (10), 1506-1525, 2020
362020
Responding to the Left: The Effect of Far Left Parties on Mainstream Party Euroskepticism
C Williams, J Ishiyama
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2018
332018
Issuing Reasoned Opinions: The Effect of Public Attitudes Towards the EU on the Usage of the ‘Early Warning System'
CJ Williams
European Union Politics 17 (3), 504-521, 2016
282016
It Takes Three: How Mass Media Coverage Conditions Public Responsiveness to Policy Outputs in the United States
C Williams, M Schoonvelde
Social Science Quarterly, 2018
272018
Responding through transposition: public Euroskepticism and European policy implementation
CJ Williams
European Political Science Review 10 (1), 51-70, 2018
252018
The determinants of the number of amicus briefs filed before the US Supreme Court, 1953–2001
R Salzman, CJ Williams, BT Calvin
Justice System Journal 32 (3), 293-313, 2011
252011
Reading between the Lines: Party Cues and SNP Support for Scottish Independence and Brexit
Z Greene, JJ Spoon, C Williams
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2017
222017
The effect of public attitudes toward the European Union on European Commission policy activity
CJ Williams, S Bevan
European Union Politics, 2019
172019
'It’s the economy, stupid’: when new politics parties take on old politics issues
JJ Spoon, CJ Williams
West European Politics, 2021
162021
Taking official positions: How public policy preferences influence the platforms of parties in the United States
C Benefiel, CJ Williams
Electoral Studies 57, 71-78, 2019
122019
THE INITIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES’ DIGITAL COVID-19 PUBLIC EDUCATION CAMPAIGN AND VACCINE UPTAKE: AN EVALUATION OF …
CJ Williams, EC Kranzler, JN Luchman, B Denison, S Fischer, T Wonder, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2023
82023
Recalled Exposure to COVID-19 Public Education Campaign Advertisements Predicts COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence
EC Kranzler, JN Luchman, CJ Williams, TA Model, R Ostby, M Vines, ...
Journal of Health Communication 28 (3), 144-155, 2023
62023
How challenger party issue entrepreneurship and mainstream party strategies drive public issue salience: evidence from radical-right parties and the issue of immigration
CJ Williams, S Hunger
European Political Science Review, 2022
52022
Evaluation of the “we can do this” campaign paid media and COVID-19 vaccination uptake, United States, December 2020–January 2022
B Denison, H Dahlen, JEC Kim, C Williams, E Kranzler, JN Luchman, ...
Journal of Health Communication 28 (9), 573-584, 2023
22023
Environmental chauvinism? Explaining issue expansion among non-mainstream parties
JJ Spoon, CJ Williams
Party Politics, 2022
22022
How voter distributions, issue ownership, and position influence party emphasis
CJ Williams, J Ishiyama
Social Science Quarterly, 2022
22022
How Identity Influences Public Attitudes Towards the US Federal Government: Lessons from the European Union
CJ Williams, G Shufeldt
Acta Politica 57, 21-51, 2022
12022
Policy Positions in the Eyes of the Beholder: Voters' Understanding of Parties' Positions on the left/right and on European Integration
C Williams, C Arnold
American Political Science Association, 2014
2014
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