Neil Nevitte » World Values Surveys

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Neil Nevitte » World Values Surveys

Neil Nevitte and Mebs Kanji (2008).  In R. Inglehart, T. Pettersson and Y. Esmer (eds.), Changing Values, Persisting Cultures: Comparative Findings from the World Values Surveys. Canada, along with such countries as the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and Switzerland, is usually identified as being among that small cluster of states that qualify as “deeply divided” societies. [..]


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Neil Nevitte » NDI

By Neil Nevitte, Jose Cruz, and Melissa Estok With the assistance of Michael Painter-Main Download a draft of the report This project aims to provide systematic information about the electoral environment in Guatemala immediately prior to the 2007 Presidential elections.


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Neil Nevitte » Canadian Election Studies

Yannick Dufresne (University of Toronto), Neil Nevitte, André Blais Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association National Conference, Chicago, IL, April 1, 2011. Conventional wisdom has it that first-past-the-post electoral rules usually produce legislative majorities.


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Neil Nevitte » Journal Articles

We test two competing hypotheses about the impact of partisanship and information on people’s political judgments and perceptions of facts using Canadians’ reactions to a major scandal. André Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, Patrick Fournier, Neil Nevitte, Joanna Everitte, and Jiyoon Kim.