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Lukas F Stoetzer
Lukas F Stoetzer
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Tracking and promoting the usage of a COVID-19 contact tracing app
S Munzert, P Selb, A Gohdes, LF Stoetzer, W Lowe
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (2), 247-255, 2021
822021
Attitudes towards highly skilled and low‐skilled immigration in Europe: A survey experiment in 15 European countries
E Naumann, L F. STOETZER, G Pietrantuono
European Journal of Political Research 57 (4), 1009-1030, 2018
512018
Weighting parties and coalitions: How coalition signals influence voting behavior
T Gschwend, MF Meffert, LF Stoetzer
The Journal of Politics 79 (2), 642-655, 2017
332017
Immigration and support for redistribution: survey experiments in three European countries
E Naumann, LF Stoetzer
West European Politics 41 (1), 80-101, 2018
262018
What drives rental votes? How coalitions signals facilitate strategic coalition voting
T Gschwend, L Stoetzer, S Zittlau
Electoral Studies 44, 293-306, 2016
252016
Multidimensional spatial voting with non-separable preferences
LF Stoetzer, S Zittlau
Political Analysis 23 (3), 415-428, 2015
212015
Forecasting elections in multiparty systems: a Bayesian approach combining polls and fundamentals
LF Stoetzer, M Neunhoeffer, T Gschwend, S Munzert, S Sternberg
Political Analysis 27 (2), 255-262, 2019
182019
How parties react to voter transitions
T Abou-Chadi, LF Stoetzer
American Political Science Review 114 (3), 940-945, 2020
132020
Zweitstimme. org. Ein strukturell-dynamisches Vorhersagemodell für Bundestagswahlen
S Munzert, L Stötzer, T Gschwend, M Neunhoeffer, S Sternberg
Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 418-441, 2017
132017
A matter of representation: Spatial voting and inconsistent policy preferences
LF Stoetzer
British Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 941-956, 2019
72019
How do coalition signals shape voting behavior? Revealing the mediating role of coalition expectations
O Bahnsen, T Gschwend, LF Stoetzer
Electoral Studies 66, 102166, 2020
62020
Estimating coalition majorities during political campaigns based on pre-election polls
LF Stoetzer, M Orlowski
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 30 (1), 126-137, 2020
62020
How does income inequality affect the support for populist parties?
LF Stoetzer, J Giesecke, H Klüver
Journal of European Public Policy, 1-20, 2021
42021
Vote choice and the nonseparability of economic and social issues
LF Stoetzer, S Zittlau
Public Opinion Quarterly 84 (1), 158-170, 2020
42020
Election fraud, digit tests and how humans fabricate vote counts-An experimental approach
V Mack, LF Stoetzer
Electoral Studies 58, 31-47, 2019
32019
Why don’t you talk about policy? Valence campaigning in the 2008 US Congressional elections
T Gschwend, L Stoetzer, S Zittlau
4th EPSA Conference, Edinburgh, 19-21, 2014
32014
The Two Faces of Party Ambiguity: A Comprehensive Model of Ambiguous Party Position Perceptions
D Nyhuis, LF Stoetzer
British Journal of Political Science 51 (4), 1421-1438, 2021
22021
Eliciting beliefs as distributions in online surveys
L Leemann, LF Stoetzer, R Traunmüller
Political Analysis 29 (4), 541-553, 2021
22021
The effect of televised candidate debates on the support for political parties
K Lindemann, LF Stoetzer
Electoral Studies 69, 102243, 2021
12021
Ein Ansatz zur Vorhersage der Erststimmenanteile bei Bundestagswahlen
M Neunhoeffer, T Gschwend, S Munzert, LF Stoetzer
Politische Vierteljahresschrift 61 (1), 111-130, 2020
12020
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