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Pippa Norris
PIPPA NORRIS, comparative political scientist at Harvard and Sydney Universities, founding Director of the Electoral Integrity Project.
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Pippa Norris 2h
Replying to @RomanFolw
Of course. But still a useful tool. CHES data is currently in the process of being updated and expanded around the world. We will see how the picture shifts...
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Pippa Norris 9h
Truly bizarre choice of headline by YouGov. Its own poll just before May's resignation shows that the majority of Brits (54%) think that Johnson would be a bad PM - the highest share or any contender.
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Pippa Norris 9h
Updated 25 May: Politico seat projections trends for the European elections.
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Pippa Norris 10h
Terrific interactive data viz using CHES party data and local election results.
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ISPI 16h
has entered the electoral arena, becoming one of the most important variables in order to ensure electoral integrity. Government and electoral bodies are trying to counter vulnerabilities. How?
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Larry the Cat May 24
“I am announcing that I’m standing to become the next Prime Minister. If Boris Johnson is running, then people deserve a serious candidate too...”
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Pippa Norris 21h
history....not recent
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Pippa Norris 22h
Back in sunny Coogee! View from my new airbnb apartment. Visit really is for work....
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Pippa Norris 23h
The world’s “leading democracies”??? Today more like Sweden, Norway and Germany...
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Dhavan Shah May 24
Just in time for /, launches "Politics of Contention" site (). Talks by Sheri Berman, Karolina Michalska & Jorg Matthes
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Pippa Norris May 23
Replying to @tormeysimon
Waiting for Godot.
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Pippa Norris May 23
EU nationals living in UK denied their vote in EU elections. New report on electoral integrity ranks UK elections 40th out of 167 nations. See:
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Pippa Norris May 22
The sad state of academic life in the UK. Is this you, ?
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Pippa Norris May 22
New report and dataset by rates the integrity of over 300 national elections since 2012 held in 166 countries worldwide.
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Pippa Norris May 22
Agree. Unfortunately. Your money is on...
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Pippa Norris May 22
Not necessarily; there were 1001 contingencies and events in the Brexit process all of which could have come to a different outcome. Protest voting for 'flash' parties in second order elections is very common. The contest isn't equivalent to a GE.
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Pippa Norris May 22
I meant more like 'normal' immediately prior to the European elections.
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Britain Elects May 22
The final polls for tomorrow's European Parliament elections: leads for the Brexit Party range from 3pts to 21pts.
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Pippa Norris May 22
Replying to @simonjhix @YouGov
No, more like a classic by-election hiccup where protest votes trump serious politics, but things return to 'normal' afterwards.
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Pippa Norris May 22
Trump says he refuses to work with Democrats until investigations halt But would anyone notice any difference???
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