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The Lisbon treaty referendum 2008
S Quinlan
Irish Political Studies 24 (1), 107-121, 2009
632009
‘Show me the money and the party!’–variation in Facebook and Twitter adoption by politicians
S Quinlan, T Gummer, J Roßmann, C Wolf
Information, communication & society 21 (8), 1031-1049, 2018
532018
Online discussion and the 2014 Scottish independence referendum: flaming keyboards or forums for deliberation?
S Quinlan, M Shephard, L Paterson
Electoral Studies 38, 192-205, 2015
482015
Context matters: Economic voting in the 2009 and 2014 European parliament elections
M Okolikj, S Quinlan
Politics and Governance 4 (1), 145-166, 2016
372016
The 2009 European parliament election in Ireland
S Quinlan
Irish Political Studies 25 (2), 289-301, 2010
182010
The Lisbon Experience in Ireland:‘No’in 2008 but ‘Yes’ in 2009–How and Why?
S Quinlan
Irish Political Studies 27 (1), 139-153, 2012
152012
Party patronage in Ireland: Changing parameters
E O’Malley, S Quinlan, P Mair
na, 2012
152012
This time it's different… but not really! The 2014 European Parliament elections in Ireland
S Quinlan, M Okolikj
Irish Political Studies 31 (2), 300-314, 2016
132016
Social Media and the Scottish Independence Referendum 2014: Events and the Generation of Enthusiasm for Yes 1
M Shephard, S Quinlan
The Routledge companion to social media and politics, 488-502, 2015
132015
Patrimonial economic voting: A cross-national analysis of asset ownership and the vote
S Quinlan, M Okolikj
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 32 (1), 193-213, 2022
122022
Exploring the neglected dimension of the economic vote: a global analysis of the positional economics thesis
S Quinlan, M Okolikj
European Political Science Review 12 (2), 219-237, 2020
102020
Facilitating the electorate: a multilevel analysis of election timing, registration procedures, and turnout
S Quinlan
Irish Political Studies 30 (4), 482-509, 2015
102015
A populist wave or metamorphosis of a chameleon? Populist attitudes and the vote in 2016 in the United States and Ireland
S Quinlan, D Tinney
The Economic and Social Review 50 (2, Summer), 281-324, 2019
92019
The decline of a dominant political monolith: understanding Fianna Fáil’s vote 1987–2016
S Quinlan, M Okolikj
One Party Dominance, 164-190, 2017
82017
Identity formation and political generations: Age, cohort and period effects in Irish elections
S Quinlan
The Act of Voting, 255-275, 2015
82015
Popularity and performance?: Leader effects in the 2016 election
S Quinlan, E O’Malley
The post-crisis Irish voter, 209-232, 2018
72018
Female leader popularity and the vote, 1996–2016: a global exploratory analysis
R Dassonneville, S Quinlan, I McAllister
European Journal of Politics and Gender 4 (3), 341-359, 2021
52021
The Hillary hypotheses: testing candidate views of loss
MS Lewis-Beck, S Quinlan
Perspectives on Politics 17 (3), 646-665, 2019
52019
Supplementing Cross-national Survey Data with Contextual Data
J Fortin-Rittberger, D Howell, S Quinlan, B Todosijevic
The sage handbook of survey methodology, 670-80, 2016
52016
Vote overreporting in national election surveys: A 55-nation exploratory study
I McAllister, S Quinlan
Acta Politica 57 (3), 529-547, 2022
42022
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