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Jonathan Nagler
Jonathan Nagler
Professor of Politics, New York University
Verified email at nyu.edu
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Tweeting from left to right: Is online political communication more than an echo chamber?
P Barberá, JT Jost, J Nagler, JA Tucker, R Bonneau
Psychological science 26 (10), 1531-1542, 2015
20542015
Less than you think: Prevalence and predictors of fake news dissemination on Facebook
A Guess, J Nagler, J Tucker
Science advances 5 (1), eaau4586, 2019
16162019
Who votes now?: Demographics, issues, inequality, and turnout in the United States
JE Leighley, J Nagler
Princeton University Press, 2013
6862013
When politics and models collide: Estimating models of multiparty elections
RM Alvarez, J Nagler
American Journal of Political Science, 55-96, 1998
6491998
Economics, issues and the Perot candidacy: voter choice in the 1992 presidential election
RM Alvarez, J Nagler
American Journal of Political Science, 714-744, 1995
5651995
How social media facilitates political protest: Information, motivation, and social networks
JT Jost, P Barberá, R Bonneau, M Langer, M Metzger, J Nagler, J Sterling, ...
Political psychology 39, 85-118, 2018
5422018
A new approach for modelling strategic voting in multiparty elections
RM Alvarez, J Nagler
British Journal of Political Science 30 (1), 57-75, 2000
5382000
Individual and systemic influences on turnout: Who votes? 1984
JE Leighley, J Nagler
The Journal of Politics 54 (3), 718-740, 1992
4521992
Who leads? Who follows? Measuring issue attention and agenda setting by legislators and the mass public using social media data
P Barberá, A Casas, J Nagler, PJ Egan, R Bonneau, JT Jost, JA Tucker
American Political Science Review 113 (4), 883-901, 2019
4242019
Socioeconomic class bias in turnout, 1964–1988: The voters remain the same
JE Leighley, J Nagler
American Political Science Review 86 (3), 725-736, 1992
3911992
The effect of registration laws and education on US voter turnout
J Nagler
The American Political Science Review, 1393-1405, 1991
3721991
The critical periphery in the growth of social protests
P Barberá, N Wang, R Bonneau, JT Jost, J Nagler, J Tucker, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0143611, 2015
3522015
Explaining the gender gap in US presidential elections, 1980-1992
CK Chaney, RM Alvarez, J Nagler
Political Research Quarterly 51 (2), 311-339, 1998
3491998
Political expression and action on social media: Exploring the relationship between lower-and higher-threshold political activities among Twitter users in Italy
C Vaccari, A Valeriani, P Barberá, R Bonneau, JT Jost, J Nagler, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (2), 221-239, 2015
3252015
How many people live in political bubbles on social media? Evidence from linked survey and Twitter data
G Eady, J Nagler, A Guess, J Zilinsky, JA Tucker
Sage Open 9 (1), 2158244019832705, 2019
2992019
SARS-CoV-2 RNA concentrations in wastewater foreshadow dynamics and clinical presentation of new COVID-19 cases
F Wu, A Xiao, J Zhang, K Moniz, N Endo, F Armas, R Bonneau, MA Brown, ...
Science of The Total Environment 805, 150121, 2022
2982022
Economics, entitlements, and social issues: Voter choice in the 1996 presidential election
RM Alvarez, J Nagler
American Journal of Political Science 42 (4), 1349-1363, 1998
2971998
Scobit: An alternative estimator to logit and probit
J Nagler
American Journal of Political Science, 230-255, 1994
2941994
Unions, voter turnout, and class bias in the US electorate, 1964–2004
JE Leighley, J Nagler
The Journal of Politics 69 (2), 430-441, 2007
2422007
Strategic voting in British elections
RM Alvarez, FJ Boehmke, J Nagler
Electoral Studies 25 (1), 1-19, 2006
2342006
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