Tobias Konitzer
Tobias Konitzer
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Getting out the vote in the social media era: Are digital tools changing the extent, nature and impact of party contacting in elections?
JH Aldrich, RK Gibson, M Cantijoch, T Konitzer
Party Politics 22 (2), 165-178, 2016
752016
The home as a political fortress: Family agreement in an era of polarization
S Iyengar, T Konitzer, K Tedin
The Journal of Politics 80 (4), 1326-1338, 2018
422018
Campaigning online: Web display ads in the 2012 presidential campaign
AO Ballard, DS Hillygus, T Konitzer
PS, Political Science & Politics 49 (3), 414, 2016
162016
Ethnocentrism versus group-specific stereotyping in immigration opinion: cross-national evidence on the distinctiveness of immigrant groups
TB Konitzer, S Iyengar, NA Valentino, S Soroka, RM Duch
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 45 (7), 1051-1074, 2019
92019
Using big data and algorithms to determine the effect of geographically targeted advertising on vote intention: Evidence from the 2012 US presidential election
T Konitzer, D Rothschild, S Hill, KC Wilbur
Political Communication 36 (1), 1-16, 2019
82019
Decoupling and Contrasting Turnout and Sentiment in Electoral Change: Evidence from recent Congressional Elections
T Konitzer, S Goel, D Rothschild, H Shirani-Mehr
22018
The moderating effects of marriage across party lines
S Iyengar, T Konitzer
Working paper. https://pdfs. semanticscholar. org/a55b†…, 2017
22017
Economic Expectations, Voting, and Economic Decisions around Elections
G Huberman, T Konitzer, M Krupenkin, D Rothschild, S Hill
AEA Papers and Proceedings 108, 597-602, 2018
12018
Non-Representative Surveys: Modes, Dynamics, Party, and Likely Voter Space
T Konitzera, S Corbett-Daviesa, D Rothschildb
Working Paper, 2017
12017
Getting Out the Vote in the Social Media Era: Are Digital Tools Changing the Extent, Nature and Impact of Party Contacting in Elections?
RK Gibson, M Cantijoch, T Konitzer, J Aldrich
APSA 2013 Annual Meeting Paper, 2013
12013
Measuring News Consumption With Behavioral Versus Survey Data
T Konitzer, J Allen, S Eckman, B Howland, MM Mobius, DM Rothschild, ...
Available at SSRN 3548690, 2020
2020
Replication data for: Economic Expectations, Voting, and Economic Decisions around Elections
G Huberman, T Konitzer, M Krupenkin, D Rothschild, S Hill
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2019
2019
Mobile Surveys are a New Mode
S Eckman, T Konitzer, D Rothschild
2018
Mobile as Survey Mode
T Konitzer, S Eckman, D Rothschild
2016
Why Political Polling is not Dead–a Plea for Non-Probability Polling, Algorithms, and Big Data
TB Konitzer, DM Rothschild
2016
Nature and Effect of Ideological Preferences for News During the 2008 Presidential Campaign
T Konitzer
APSA 2014 Annual Meeting Paper, 2014
2014
Selective Media Exposure and Polarization in Presidential Campaigns
T Konitzer
Duke University, 2013
2013
New Forms of Electoral Mobilization Across the World: Evidence from CSES Module 4
PC Magalh„es, J Aldrich, RK Gibson, M Cantijoch, T Konitzer
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