publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

2022

  1. Affective partisan polarization and moral dilemmas during the COVID-19 pandemic
    Political Science Research and Methods 2022
  2. Non-Separable Preferences in the Statistical Analysis of Roll Call Votes
    Garret Binding, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    Political Analysis 2022
  3. Prioritization preferences for COVID-19 vaccination are consistent across five countries
    Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 2022
  4. Group-based public opinion polarisation in multi-party systems
    Denise TraberLukas F Stoetzer, and Tanja Burri
    West European Politics 2022
  5. Learning from Polls During Electoral Campaigns
    Lukas F StoetzerLucas Leemann, and Richard Traunmueller
    Political Behavior 2022
  6. The Zweitstimme model: A dynamic forecast of the 2021 German federal election
    PS: Political Science & Politics 2022

2021

  1. Eliciting beliefs as distributions in online surveys
    Lucas LeemannLukas F Stoetzer, and Richard Traunmüller
    Political Analysis 2021
  2. Tracking and promoting the usage of a COVID-19 contact tracing app
    Simon MunzertPeter SelbAnita GohdesLukas F Stoetzer, and Will Lowe
    Nature Human Behaviour 2021
  3. The Two Faces of Party Ambiguity: A Comprehensive Model of Ambiguous Party Position Perceptions
    Dominic Nyhuis, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    British Journal of Political Science 2021
  4. The effect of televised candidate debates on the support for political parties
    Korinna Lindemann, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    Electoral Studies 2021
  5. How does income inequality affect the support for populist parties?
    Lukas F StoetzerJohannes Giesecke, and Heike Klüver
    Journal of European Public Policy 2021
  6. Whose dimension is it anyway? Elite ideology and the exposed partisan public in the US
    Lukas F Stoetzer
    Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 2021
  7. Come hither or go away? Recognising pre-electoral coalition signals in the news
    In Proceedings of the 2021 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing 2021

2020

  1. How parties react to voter transitions
    Tarik Abou-Chadi, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    American Political Science Review 2020
  2. Vote choice and the nonseparability of economic and social issues
    Lukas F Stoetzer, and Steffen Zittlau
    Public Opinion Quarterly 2020
  3. How do coalition signals shape voting behavior? Revealing the mediating role of coalition expectations
    Oke BahnsenThomas Gschwend, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    Electoral Studies 2020
  4. Estimating coalition majorities during political campaigns based on pre-election polls
    Lukas F Stoetzer, and Matthias Orlowski
    Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 2020
  5. Ein Ansatz zur Vorhersage der Erststimmenanteile bei Bundestagswahlen
    Marcel NeunhoefferThomas GschwendSimon Munzert, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    Politische Vierteljahresschrift 2020

2019

  1. A matter of representation: Spatial voting and inconsistent policy preferences
    Lukas F Stoetzer
    British Journal of Political Science 2019
  2. Forecasting elections in multiparty systems: a Bayesian approach combining polls and fundamentals
    Political Analysis 2019
  3. Election fraud, digit tests and how humans fabricate vote counts-An experimental approach
    Verena Mack, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    Electoral Studies 2019

2018

  1. Attitudes towards highly skilled and low-skilled immigration in Europe: A survey experiment in 15 European countries
    Elias NaumannLukas F Stoetzer, and Giuseppe Pietrantuono
    European Journal of Political Research 2018
  2. Immigration and support for redistribution: survey experiments in three European countries
    Elias Naumann, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    West European Politics 2018

2017

  1. Weighting parties and coalitions: how coalition signals influence voting behavior
    Thomas GschwendMichael F Meffert, and Lukas F Stoetzer
    The Journal of Politics 2017
  2. Zweitstimme. org. Ein strukturell-dynamisches Vorhersagemodell für Bundestagswahlen
    Politische Vierteljahresschrift 2017

2016

  1. What drives rental votes? How coalitions signals facilitate strategic coalition voting
    Thomas GschwendLukas Stoetzer, and Steffen Zittlau
    Electoral Studies 2016

2015

  1. Multidimensional spatial voting with non-separable preferences
    Lukas F. Stoetzer, and Steffen Zittlau
    Political Analysis 2015
  2. Leihstimmen im Bundestagswahljahr 2013
    Lukas StoetzerSteffen ZittlauThomas Gschwend, and Tobias Witt
    Politische Psychologie 2015