WAPOR 73rd Annual Conference programme

Mon Oct 508:00-18:00Poster Online
Challenges of Comparative Research in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Countries: The World Bank Experience
Svetlana Markova (The World Bank)

Mi Casa es su Casa? Social Capital and Sense of Neighborhood Belonging among Qatari Nationals
Semsia Al-Ali Mustafa (Qatar University (Social and Economic Survey Research Institute))
Abdoulaye Diop (Qatar University (Social and Economic Survey Research Institute))
Mohammed Al Ansari (Qatar University (Social and Economic Survey Research Institute))

Challenges to generate unique, anonymous participant codes for a longitudinal study among illiterate participants in a rural Sierra Leone
Hanna Luetke Lanfer (University of Erfurt)
Constanze Rossmann (University of Erfurt)

Implementation of establishment surveys in new contexts: process and lessons from a pilot in the Northern Triangle Countries Abstract
Andrea Estrella (IMPAQ International)
Lucy Cutting (IMPAQ International)

Nepal Household Risk and Vulnerability Survey: A Case Study in Improving Retention Rates in Panel Surveys
Jui Shrestha (Independent Consultant)

World Values Survey 1981-2020: Cross-National Findings on Values, Norms and Beliefs Worldwide
Kseniya Kizilova (World Values Survey Association)

Roma or Gypsy: The Impact of a Vocabulary Change on Attitudes Towards a Prejudice-Hit Minority
Raluca Toma (Median Research Centre)
Marina Popescu (Median Research Centre)
Gabor Toka (Central European Unversity)

The Surveys on the Japanese National Character: Overview of Results of the last 30 years
Tadahiko Maeda (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
Yoosung Park (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)

Civic Engagement: The ‘Bobi wine’ social media Effect
Juma Kasadha (City University of Hong Kong)

Research on the Relationships between the Emergence of Public Opinion on Social Media Platforms and the Influences of Mainstream Media Interpretation Framework
Dai Yuanchu (Shandong University, China)

Online Echo chambers and opinion polarization about Algerian presidential election 2019: did the Facebook news and information divide the Algerians?
TARIQ SAIDI (University of khenchela)

Covering of Hong Kong Anti-ELAB Moverment and Public Opinion in Taiwan

Values and Constitutions
Guillermo Burr (ChileCompra)

The power of sustainable social media marketing and public engagement: An empirical study on travel-related co-creation behavior
Farzana Sharmin (Doctoral Student, School of Media and Communication, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
Mohammad Sultan (Doctoral Student, School of Media and Communication, Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

The virtual mobilization of the Algerian Hirak on Facebook
Mebarek Zouda (University of Guelma )
Aicha Mohammedi (University of emir Abd ElKader Constantine )

Mon Oct 518:00-18:30Welcome word
Mon Oct 518:30-19:30WAPOR Members Business Meeting
Tue Oct 614:00-15:00Room 1Session 1.1: Cross-cultural Survey Research
Anna Andreenkova (CESSI (Institute for comparative social research))

What do Democracy Indices Really Measure?
Claire Durand (Université de Montréal)
Luis Patricio Pena Ibarra (Université de Montréal)
David Wutchiett (Université de Montréal)
Nadia Rezgui (Université de Montréal)

Parental background as a factor of gender-role attitudes across Europe
Natalia Soboleva (Laboratory for Comparative Social Research Higher School of Economics)

Sensitivity of the standard SEM fit indices to measurement non-invariance with categorical data, many groups and the Wu-Estabrook identification approach.
Boris Sokolov (Hugher School of Economics)

Who are “most people”? Respondents’ interpretations of social generalized trust question
Inga Gaizauskaite (Lithuanian Social Research Centre)

Cross-country studies as a factor in ensuring the successful implementation of migration policy
Elena Mikhaylova (VCIOM (Russian Public Opinion Research Center))

Janet A. Harkness Award Winner: Tolerance of Domestic Violence Against Women in Latin America: A Culture of Violence Driving a Culture of Acceptance
Stella Sechopoulos (Vanderbilt University)

Tue Oct 614:00-15:00Room 2Session 2.1: Methodology: Big Data and Digitalization
The effect of survey mode on inferences about attitudes and voting behaviour: comparing online to face-to-face survey data in six European countries
Lea Heyne (Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon)

Methodological Keys for Accurate Voting Estimates
Sara Morais (GAD3)
Narciso Michavila (GAD3)

Winning! Adjudication and Dialogue in Social Media
Ernesto Calvo (University of Maryland)
Tiago Ventura (University of Maryland)

The differential impacts of social network sites and instant messaging on general trust: A study of Hong Kong
Xiang Meng (City University of Hong Kong)
Tetsuro Kobayashi (City University of Hong Kong)

Relationship Between Google Searches and Survey Responses: Cross-National Analyses on the Aggregate and Individual Levels
Anna Turner (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Marcin W. Zielinski (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Kazimierz M. Slomczynski (Polish Academy of Sciences; Ohio State University)

Manufactured Buzz: Exploring Astroturfing in Anti-vaping Campaigns on Twitter
Miao Feng (NORC at the University of Chicago)
Anna Kostygina (NORC at the University of Chicago)
Glen Szczypka (NORC at the University of Chicago)
Sherry Emery (NORC at the University of Chicago)

Layout and Device Effects on Breakoff Rates in Smartphone Surveys: A Systematic Review and a Meta-Analysis
Mirjan Schulz (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Bernd Weiß (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Aigul Mavletova (Higher School of Economics, Moscow)
Mick Couper (Michigan Population Studies Center)

Tue Oct 614:00-15:00Room 3Session 3.1: News media and public opinion
Narratives about safety, journalistic practice, and the formation of public opinion
Marta Milena Barrios (Universidad del Norte)
Andrea Cancino-Borbón (Universidad del Norte)

Online hate speech against ethnic minorities. The case of Roma people in Romania
Raluca Buturoiu (SNSPA)
Nicoleta Corbu (SNSPA)
Madalina Botan (SNSPA)
Ana Voloc (SNSPA)

Desire to Explain Agenda-Setting Effects: Validation of the New Need for Orientation
Seohyun An (Ewha Womans University)

Tweeting Rationale for Protracted Conflict: Analysis of Public Opinion, Public Policy and Leading Mass Media Coverage of the U.S./Iran Dispute
Thomas Christie (The University of Texas at Arlington)

A New Age of Public Opinion: Social Media and its Impact on Political Behaviour in India
Neha Simlai (Social and Political Research Foundation)
Jitendra Bisht (Social and political Research Foundation)
Jenny Susan John (Social and Political Research Foundation)

Media Polls in Japan: A Topical Analysis, 1989-2019
Christian Collet (International Christian University)
Gento Kato (University of California, Davis)

How can expert surveys help make sense of political news media cross nationally and over time. An assessment of the European Media Systems Survey
Marina Popescu (MRC - Median Research Centre)
Gabor Toka (Central European University)
Jose Santana Pereira (ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon, Portugal)
Tania Gosselin (UQAM, Montreal, Canada)

Tue Oct 614:00-15:00Room 4Session 4.1: Political behaviour and survey research
Non- Probability Sampling: Current Online Methods and Techniques in the Pre-1950s
Christopher Adams (St. Paul's College, University of Manitoba)

Age-Period-Cohort Analysis of Emancipative Values in Russia
Anna Almakaeva (National Research University Higher School of Economics)
Aigul Mavletova (National Research University Higher School of Economics)

The Aggregate Vote in Buenos Aires Province Revisited: Vote for Governor in 2019
Jorge Jorrat (Instituto Gino Germani, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA); CONICET)
Jorge Mayer (Carrera de Ciencia Política, UBA)
Juan Jorrat (Maestría de Análisis Politico, Univ. 3 de Febrero )

Who Protests? Ideological dimensions and protest in Latin America
Elias Chavarria-Mora (University of Pittsburgh)

The Invisible ‘Deplorables’: Evidence of Hidden Trump Supporters in 2016 Pre-election Polls
Tamas Bodor (University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point)

How Externalities can cause significant variations between polls and actual results for elections
Toba Ajiboye (Pollit Analytics Limited)

Tue Oct 614:00-15:00Room 5Session 5.1: New sources of information on public opinion
Skepticism and cynicism differently predict general trust in the media
Oliver Quiring (JGU Mainz)
Marc E. Ziegele (HHU Düsseldorf)
Christian Schemer (JGU Mainz)
Nikolaus Jackob (JGU Mainz)
Ilka Jackobs (JGU Mainz)
Tanjev Schultz (JGU Mainz)

Vaccine confidence and the threat from social media
johnny heald (ORB International)

Examining public opinion about a contentious social issue through content analysis of online discussion forums
Benjamin Detenber (Nanyang Technological University)
Jazz Zi Jin Tan (Nanyang Technological University)
Joyce S. Pang (Nanyang Technological University)
Miriam Hernandez (California State University - Dominguez Hills)
Min Yu Teo (Nanyang Technological University)

Cognitive Effects of Exposure to Facebook Status Updates of Friends Living Abroad: Global Cognitive Distance, World-mindedness and Attitudes toward War
Michael Elasmar (Boston University)

Mobile instant messaging services and political communication in the local arena. Citizens’ perception on the use of WhatsApp by the City Councils in Spain
Laura Alonso-Muñoz (Universitat Jaume I de Castelló)
Reham-Gamal Omar (Universitat Jaume I de Castelló)
Andreu Casero-Ripollés (Universitat Jaume I de Castelló)

Real needs and authentic questions - How social media intelligence can contribute to public opinion research
Daniel Fazekas (Gallup International)
Michael Nitsche (Gallup International)

Real Emotions, False Stories. Understanding Viralisation of Fake News in the Post-Truth Era
Loredana Radu (National University for Political Studies and Public Administration)
Georgiana Udrea (National University for Political Studies and Public Administration)
Mihai Gavrilescu (National University for Political Studies and Public Administration)
Gabriela Guiu (National University for Political Studies and Public Administration)

Tue Oct 614:00-15:00Room 6Session 6.1: Political behaviour and survey research
Experience of electoral administration, perception of election quality and trust in democratic institutions in Nigeria – comparing survey findings on the 2007, 2015 and 2019 elections.
Rakesh Sharma (International Foundation for Electoral Systems)
Hermann Thiel (International Foundation for Electoral Systems)
Matthew Emery (International Foundation for Electoral Systems)

Authoritarian Legacies on Political Discussion
Gerardo Maldonado (CIDE)

Values, archetypes, aspirations and lifestyle preferences of Postmaterialists and Authoritarians across countries
Martijn Lampert (Glocalities International)
Ronald Inglehart (University of Michigan - Institute for Social Research)

Past Vote Weighting in Pre-Election Polls Under Different Conditions of Electoral Volatility
Matous Pilnacek (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences)

Luiza Machado de Oliveira Menezes (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG)
Priscila Peixoto de Almeida (Université Catolique de Louvain)

A Meta-Analysis of Selective Exposure Effects on Political Polarization: A Contribution to the Replication Debate in Public Opinion Research
Lisa Reuther (TU Dresden)
Cornelia Mothes (TU Dresden)

Determinants of referendums legitimacy in Poland and Portugal
Pedro Magalhaes (University of Lisbon)
Radoslaw Markowski (SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw)

Tue Oct 615:00-15:30CB Room 1Coffee Break 1
Tue Oct 615:30-16:30Room 1Session 7.1: public opinion and policymaking
Public opinion in contemporary Portuguese foreign policy: actors, movements, and practices
Pedro Ponte e Sousa (FCSH-UNL (Nova University of Lisbon, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities) & IPRI (Portuguese Institute of International Relations))

Evaluating the Effect of Nationalism and National Identity on Perceived Information Credibility of Sports News between Chinese and Americans
Yin Wu (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Xining Liao (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Examining relationship between government disaster assistance programs and its effect on trust in government
Jui Shrestha (Independent Consultant)

Immigration opinions and their origins: How European citizens respond to their environments (1980-2017)
Steven Van Hauwaert (University of Surrey)
Federico Vegetti (University of Milan)

Immigration as a thermostat? Public opinion and immigration policy across Western Europe (1980s – 2017)
Steven Van Hauwaert (University of Surrey)

Responsive to whom? Party ideology and income-group preferences on redistributive policies
Xavier Romero-Vidal (Leuphana University)
Steven M. Van Hauwaert (University of Surrey)

The Aggregation of East-West Differences in Policy Demand via European Elections and their Impact on the Ideological Coherence of Party Groups in the European Parliament
Gábor Tóka (Central European University)
Marina Popescu (Median Research Centre)

Tue Oct 615:30-16:30Room 2Session 8.1: Panel, longitudinal and national monitoring surveys in policymaking
The evolution of factors in the Social Capital of Colombia, the measurement with the Barometer of Social Capital (Barcas): 2011-2017 in a 20-year perspective (I)
John Sudarsky (Contrial )
Diana García (Contrial)

The determinants of immigrants’ German language acquisition over time
Verena Ortmanns (GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Pilot study - building a probabilistic panel in France, Germany and Greece
Tanja Kimova (Kantar)
Jamie Burnett (Kantar)

Joel Williams (Kantar)

Activity approach for studies of mass behavior – improving survey techniques
Andrei Veikher (NRU HSE RUSSIA)

Using Propensity Score Matching to Estimate the Mixed-Mode Effects of a Panel Survey
Su-hao Tu (Center for Survey Research, RCHSS, Academia Sinica)
Ruoh-rong Yu (Center for Survey Research, RCHSS, Academia Sinica)

Panel Surveys Informing Policy For National & Sub-National Governments in East Africa
Maggie Ireri (TIFA Research)
Melania Omengo (Twaweza East Africa )

Tue Oct 615:30-16:30Room 3Session 9.1: public opinion and policymaking
A risky strategy: Instrumentalizing public opinion in societal decision making
Christina Viehmann (U of Mainz)Marlene Schaaf (U of Mainz)Mathias Weber (U of Mainz )Oliver Quiring (U of Mainz )

Which interests? An experimental study of gender differences in political interest
Gema Garcia-Albacete (Universidad Carlos III de Mdrid)
Mónica Ferrín (Universidade A Coruña)

Authoritarian Political Support
Wenfang Tang (HKUST)

“Bad Romance:” Explaining Congressman-Party Ideological Distance in Latin American Legislatures
Scott Morgenstern (University of Pittsburgh)
João V. Guedes-Neto (University of Pittsburgh)

Motivated Reasoning and the Evaluation of Polls
Michael Traugott (University of Michigan)
Rosario Aguilar (Newcastle University)

Subnational Dynamics of Public Support for the Environment in an Emerging Democracy
Sergio Wals (University of Nebraska)
Ursula Kreitmair (University of Nebraska)

Tue Oct 615:30-16:30Room 4Session 10.1: Political behaviour and survey research
Cultural Backlash or Period Effects: The New Right in Brazil
Ednaldo Ribeiro (State University of Maringa/Federal University of Parana)
Julian Borba (Federal University of Santa Catarina)
Lucas Okado (Federal University of Goias)

The Donbass Question: Explicating the Differences in Values and Identity Underlying Intergroup Conflict in Ukraine
Erik Nisbet (The Ohio State University )
Olga Kamenchuk (The Ohio State University )

Networked Politics: Surveying the Relationship between Affective Attitude towards Facebook Use and Political Attitudes of Young Female Adults
Azmat Rasul (Zayed University, Abu Dhabi Campus)

New Democracy and Public Opinion Research: A Study of Survey of Nepali People
Uddhab Prasad Pyakurel (School of Arts, Kathmandu University)

Invisible Trends: Confidence in Democracy at the Sub-National Level
Andrew Parkin (Environics Institute for Survey Research)

Is Populism Here to Stay? Voters for Populist Parties and Human Values in European Democracies
Hugo Marcos-Marne (University of St.Gallen)

Do presidential debates matter? Results from a field experiment in Argentina
Augusto Reina (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
Daniela Barbieri (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
Máximo Reina (Universidad de Buenos Aires)

Tue Oct 615:30-16:30Room 5Session 11.1: New sources of information on public opinion, news media and political behaviour
Exploring the public opinion climate in Egypt: From Watchdog to Dogwatch
Ibrahim Saleh (Nile University in Egypt)

Social Media Social Capital and Political Consumerism
Rebecca Scheffauer (University of Vienna)
Brigitte Huber (University of Vienna)
Homero Gil de Zúñiga (University of Salamanca, Penn State University)

Consent and compliance to a passive collection of financial date in the UAS panel
Alexandra Brown Breslin (University of Maryland)

Trigger or Placebo of News Seeking? Incidental Exposure to News on Facebook, News-Finds-Me Perception, and Feeling of Being Informed
Chang Sup Park (University at Albany, State University of New York)

Global News Flow in G-20: Economic and Political Factors of Media Attention
Anton Kazun (Higher School of Economics)
Anastasia Kazun (Higher School of Economics (Moscow))

Setting up an online probability-based panel in Chile
Ricardo Gonzalez (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez)

Tricky times: Mediatisation of public opinion research
George Nyabuga (University of Nairobi)
Wambui Wamunyu (Daystar University)

Tue Oct 615:30-16:30Room 6Session 12.1: new technologies and national surveys
Can Online Panels Produce Representative Samples for Surveys?
Mansour Fahimi (Ipsos)

The Pros and Cons of Applying CAPI to New and Trend F2F Public Opinion Surveys in Developing Countries
David Jodice (D3 Systems, Inc. )

The Mobile Phone Survey in China
Weidong Wang (Renmin University of China)

Does Feedback from Activity Trackers influence Physical Activity? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial
Arie Kapteyn (Center for Economic and Social Research, USC)
Jill Darling (Center for Economic and Social Research, USC)
Htay-Wah Saw (Center for Economic and Social Research, USC)

Juan Francisco Rodríguez Ayuso (Universidad Internacional de La Rioja)

Comparative Implications of Migrating from Phone to Online as Part of a Multinational Project
Patrick Moynihan (Pew Research Center)Martha McRoy (Pew Research Center)Stacy Pancratz (Pew Research Center)
Alexandra Castillo (Pew Research Center)

Doing the same with less. Face-to-face and panel surveys results in 2019 Portuguese elections.
Ricardo F. Reis (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, CESOP)
João H. C. António (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, CESOP)

Tue Oct 616:30-17:00CB Room 1Coffee Break 2
Tue Oct 617:00-18:30Room 1Panel 252: Big data and new methodologiess
Big Data and New Methodologies: Public Perception and Attitudes towards Migration
Carlos Arcila Calderón (University of Salamanca)
Tuba Bircan (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
William L. Allen (University of Oxford)
Antonio Tabasco Cabezas (GMV Innovating Solutions)
Patricia Sánchez Holgado (University of Salamanca)
Javier J. Amores (University of Salamanca)
David Blanco Herrero (University of Salamanca)
María Belén Valdez Apolo (Universidad del Azuay)
Mikolaj Stanek Baranowski (University of Salamanca)
Maximiliano Frías Vázquez (University of Salamanca)

Worth A Thousand Words? How Data Visualization Design Choices Matter for Attitudes Towards Refugees in Great Britain
William L. Allen (University of Oxford)

Remote sensing application in the analysis and understanding of migration trends
Antonio Tabasco Cabezas (GMV Innovating Solutions)

Hate speech characterization and topic modelling of Twitter discourse around Vox
Patricia Sánchez-Holgado (University of Salamanca)
David Blanco-Herrero (University of Salamanca)
Gonzalo de-la-Vega-Martínez (University of Salamanca)

Verbal rejection as a basis for hate speech. Analysis of Twitter discussion about immigrants in Spanish
María Belén Valdez-Apolo (University of Salamanca)
David Blanco-Herrero (University of Salamanca)
Maximiliano Frías-Vázquez (University of Salamanca)

Detecting hate speech against migrants and refugees on Twitter
Javier J. Amores (University of Salamanca)
Carlos Arcila-Calderón (University of Salamanca)
Mikolaj Stanek-Baranowski (University of Salamanca)

Tue Oct 617:00-18:30Room 2Panel 209: Public opinion research
Challenges of public opinion research, the rise of the right-wing, the decline of democracy, and the WVS Brazil experience: a laboratory for other countries?
Sofia Vizcarra (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS)
Débora Santos (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS)
Henrique Castro (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Jéssica Duarte (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS)

How to study Fake News from a public opinion perspective: insights from the 7th wave of WVS Brazil
Henrique Castro (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS)
Sofia Vizcarra (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS)
Adriana Albanus (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS)
Greice Souza (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS)

Effects of economic and political crisis on the rise of conservatism and the far-right.
Jéssica Duarte (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Marielli Bittencourt (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Débora Oliveira (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Henrique de Castro (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)

Brazilian political culture: Bolsonaro's election and vote behavior
Débora Santos (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)
Luana Beal (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)
Jéssica Duarte (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)
Marielli Bittencourt (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)

WVS Brazil 7th wave - challenges, innovations and opportunities in national public opinion research
Sofia Vizcarra Castillo (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Adriana Albanus (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Luana Beal (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Greice Souza (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Henrique Castro (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)

Tue Oct 617:00-18:30Room 3Panel 176: Political behaviour
Emerging trends in electoral research - Kantar Election Team panel
Nicolas Bécuwe (Kantar)
Emmanuel Rivière (Kantar/ Centre Kantar sur le Futur de l'Europe)

Exit Polls in Germany 2019
Michael Kunert (Infratest dimap)

Understanding the rise of the League in Italy
Davide Monaco (University of Manchester)

Speaking and Supporting Populism: A Survey Experiment
Kirk Hawkins (Brigham Young University)
Ethan Busby (Clemson University)
Ryan Carlin (Georgia State University)

Tue Oct 619:00-20:00Room 1WAPOR National Representatives meeting
Wed Oct 714:00-15:00Room 1Session 1.2: Challenges of comparative research
Interviewing migrants
Yves Fradier (KANTAR)

Experimental Survey of Biotech Attitudes in Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Bangladesh.
Yuliya Dudaronak (ORB International)

Towards better quality data collection in multi-country face to face surveys in difficult to survey countries
Jamie Burnett (Kantar)
Kateryna Stelmakh (Kantar)

Survey research on the integration of ethnic and migrant minorities (EMMs) across Europe: Identifying research strengths and gaps with the survey metadata of the EMM Survey Registry
Laura Morales (Sciences Po)

Social Aspects of Growth in North Africa: Between Progress and Expectations - Towards an Efficient SDGs Measurement
Aomar Ibourk (Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh and Policy Center for the New South)
Karim El Aynaoui (Mohamed VI polytechnics University and Policy Center for the New South)
Tayeb Ghazi (Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh and Policy Center for the New South)

A critical review of the UN75 Global surveys presented to the 2020 UN General Assembly
Colin Irwin (University of Liverpool)
Ijaz Gilani (Gilani Research Foundation/Gallup Pakistan)
Muhammad Bilal Ijaz Gilani (Gallup Pakistan)

Wed Oct 714:00-15:00Room 1Session 2.2: Methodological Challenges in Survey Research
Vidal Díaz de Rada (Public University of Navarre)

Obstacles to applying sample quality metrics to large-scale cross-national survey projects
Piotr Cichocki (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan)
Piotr Jabkowski (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan)
Marta Kołczyńska (The Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences)

An evaluation of variability in accuracy, coverage and efficiency of “pulsing” sample for European CATI surveys from 2019 to 2020
Alexandra Castillo (Pew Research Center)Martha McRoy (Pew Research Center)Kat Devlin (Pew Research Center)Stacy Pancratz (Pew Research Center)
Patrick Moynihan (Pew Research Center)

Is it worth it? Screened mobile sample for IVR surveys in developing countries - The cases of Sri Lanka and Ecuador
Carsten Broich (Sample Solutions BV)
Charles Lau (RTI International)
Jennifer Sabatier (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Leenisha Marks (RTI Intenrational)
Nadica Stankovikj (Sample Solutions BV)
Nikola Jovanovski (Sample Solutions BV)
Veronica Lea (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

Single item non-response and social desirability bias across countries
Sanne Lund Clement (Aalborg University)

Rostering household members for sample selection in the General Social Survey
Rene Bautista (NORC)
Benjamin Schapiro (NORC)
Jodie Smylie (NORC)
Jaesok Son (NORC)
Michael Davern (NORC)

How can we ensure quality in face-to-face surveys?
Yulia Baskakova (Langer Research Associates )

Wed Oct 714:00-15:00Room 3Session 3.2: News media and public opinion
Who Trusts the Media More? Effects of Evaluations of Journalists’ Performance on Media Trust and the Moderating Role of the News Finds Me Perception
Aytalina Kulichkina (University of Vienna)Ani Baghumyan (University of Vienna)Daniela Itzel Balderrama (Universitty of Vienna)
Homero Gil de Zúñiga (University of Salamanca, Penn State University)

Responsibility for health: Differences between liberal and conservative media
Annemarie Wiedicke (University of Erfurt)
Doreen Reifegerste (University of Erfurt)
Linn Temmann (University of Erfurt)

Does corruption corrupt? The effects of mediated exposure to corruption
Israel Waismel Manor (University of Haifa)
Moran Shechnick Nussinovitch (University of Haifa)
Patricia Moy (University of Washington)

Identities that divide, identities that unite: The effect of media portrayals of intergroup dynamics involving Muslims on views on Islam and orientations toward Muslims
Rico Neumann (University of Washington)

News media use and a militaristic attitude: Evidence from Indian and Pakistani citizens
Muhammad Masood (City University of Hong Kong)

Institutional Quality and the Fight of the G20 Leaders For the International Agenda in Print Media
Anastasia Kazun (Higher School of Economics)
Anton Kazun (Higher School of Economics)

Framing and constructing European identity in Greek post-crisis media discourse
Katerina Diamantaki (Deree-The American College of Greece )
Dionysis Panos (Cyprus University of Technology )

Deliberative Pubic Discourse Through Civic Self-Affirmation: Testing a psychological intervention to reduce hostile media perceptions
Cornelia Mothes (TU Dresden)
Jakob Ohme (University of Amsterdam)

Wed Oct 714:00-15:00Room 4Session 4.2: Political behaviour and survey research
Compulsory Voting, Spoiled Votes and Social Desirability Bias
Alessandro Freire (Universidade de Brasília)

Media and Public Opinion on Indonesia’s Jokowi’s Presidency
Sukawarsini Djelantik (Parahyangan Catholic University)

The gender gap in personal political efficacy in Europe
Marta Fraile (CSIC (IPP))
Carolina de MIguel Moyer (University of Toronto )

The Shift towards a Modern Gender Gap in Political Ideology and Female Labour Force Participation: Cross-regional evidence from Spain during 1993-2019
Ipek Ilkkaracan (Istanbul Technical University (ITU))
Izaskun Zuazu (Duisburg-Essen University)

What are the Major Drivers of Social Distancing in the Times of International Conflict: Cases of Poland and Russia.
Olga Kamenchuk (The Ohio State University)
Ilona Gezalian (VCIOM)

Patriotism Grown under Autocracy? A Cross-National Study on Political Regime and National Pride
Miaoiaofang Guan (Institute of International Relations, University of Sao Paulo)

Measuring authoritarianism in Brazil using child-rearing values
Fabricio M Fialho (Cardiff University)

Wed Oct 714:00-15:00Room 5Session 5.2: New sources of information on public opinion
Testing the feasibility of using Facebook and Instagram as convenience sample sources
Luke Taylor (Kantar)
Sophia Schmid (Kantar)
Manuel Kaal (Kantar)
Alex Wheatley (Kantar)

Evaluating the Effects of Media Literacy on Twitter Propaganda Bots Detection
Yin Wu (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Keeping up with the world via Twitter -- The influence of language and systemic factors on mentioned countries
Denis Wu (Boston University)

Twitter as a barometer of sentiment map on elections: the case of the '18 Brazilian campaign
RAPHAEL SOUZA (University of Brasilia - UnB)

Platforms didn't matters: sharing misinformation in Indonesia 2019 elections
Kunto Adi Wibowo (Universitas Padjadjaran)
Detta Rahmawan (Universitas Padjadjaran)
Justito Adiprasetio (Universitas Padjadjaran)
Elizabeth Stoycheff (Wayne State University)

Opinion Leadership, Offline and Online: A Comparison of Survey vs. Twitter Data
Marko Skoric (City University of Hong Kong)
Qinfeng Zhu (University of Groningen)
Hexin Chen (City University of Hong Kong)

Talking with Machines: Chatbots and AI as powerful insights tools.
João Pedro Calixto (On The Go)

Wed Oct 715:00-15:30CB Room 1Coffee Break 3
Wed Oct 715:30-16:30Room 1Session 7.2: pulic opinion and policymaking
Evaluation of media Impact on people's attitude of Public Supervision toward the "Enjoining good and forbidding wrong"
Abdolhossein Alimadadi (Sidra)
Jalil Mohebbi (Islamic Parliament Research Center Of The Islamic Republic Of IRAN)

Towards Cultural Sensitivity in Societal Development Paradigms and Measures
Kuba Krys (Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Psychology)

Post-Fact, Post-Scientific Inquiry? Belief in Conspiracy Theories and Public Attitudes towards Science in the U.S.
peter achterberg (Tilburg University)

Eduardo Bericat (University of Seville)
Mª Julia Acosta (Universidad de la República. Uruguay)

Should we ask about ethnicity in the Census? Data form the decision process in Portugal.
João H. C. António (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, CESOP)
Ricardo F. Reis (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, CESOP)

How people are happy with religious trip? Hajj Satisfaction Index – Jordanian Pilgrims
Samir Abu Rumman (World of Opinions )

How the “Appearance of Corruption” and Money in Politics Shape U.S. Public Opinion and Trust in Government
Leah Ferentinos (Yale Law School)

Wed Oct 715:30-16:30Room 2Session 8.2: Qualitative research and methodological challenges in changing times
Now more than ever! Public opinion as a mobilization factor in wage disputes
Marlene Schaaf (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)
Christina Viehmann (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)

Interactive Network Graphs Online to Analyze Surveys
Modesto Escobar (Universidad de Salamanca)

2019/2020 Israeli Electoral Digital Campaigns – Pits and Falls
Sharon Haleva-Amir (Bar Ilan University )

Contributions of an online community to design a website about pregnancy and early life, created by the French National Public Health Agency.
Houzelle Nathalie (French National Public Health Agency )
Laure Salvaing (Kantar)
Alexandra Andriamasinoro (Kantar)
Maud Gorza (French National Public Health Agency )

Close Enough for Survey Work? Testing GPS accuracy and precision for mobile data collection in the developing world
Jonathan Forney (Forcier Consulting)
Brenton Peterson (Consilient)

La construcción de género de las mujeres excombatientes de la carmelita, putumayo- Colombia.
Monica Lendra Vargas (Estudiante)
Hendry Lucia Alfonso Gamboa (Estudiante )

Survey Measurement Quality Metanalysis Based on the Data from ISSP 1985-2015 and CSES 1996-2016
Adam Rybak (Faculty of Sociology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland)

Wed Oct 715:30-16:30Room 3Session 9.2: Public opinion and Survey research
Examining the Contexts of Intergroup Contact: Native-Born Citizens and their Varied Contact with Non-EU Foreigners
Daniel Herda (Merrimack College)

Shifting Sands: South African Opinions after 25 years of ANC rule
Mari Harris (Ipsos)

Fertility Transitions: Implications for Future Demographic Trends in the Arab Gulf States
Noora Lari (Qatar University)

Perceptions of Political Polarization in Mexico
Alejandro Moreno (ITAM Mexico)
Leopoldo Gomez (ITAM)

National Culture, Institutional Trust, and Freedom to Publish Public Opinion Research
timothy johnson (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Henning Silber (GESIS)
Claire Durrand (University of Montreal)

Determinants of Democratic Legitimacy in South Asia: Politics, Integrity or Quality of Governance?
Md Akram Hossain (University of Bergen)

Ana Muñoz van den Eynde (CIEMAT)

Wed Oct 715:30-16:30Room 4Session 10.2: Political behaviour and survey research
Voting VOX in Spain: Change of Attitudes or Transfers Based on Issue Voting?
Cristina Moreno (Universidad de Murcia)
Adrián Megías (Universidad de Murcia)

Who trust? The mediating role of the perception of corruption between civic knowledge and institutional trust
Benjamín Muñoz Rojas (Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies)
Daniel Miranda (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile)

Populist radical right parties and authoritarian legacies in Chile and Spain: addressing the vote for Vox and Acción Republicana
Lisa Zanotti (Griffith University)
José Rama (King's College University)

What Manipulates National Favorability and Country Image in the Case of Russia-US Relations?
Olga Kamenchuk (The Ohio State University)
Henry Hale (George Washington University)

Survey Participation as a Form of Civic and Social Engagement
Henning Silber (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Timothy Johnson (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Patricia Moy (University of Washington)

Democratic decay, populism and simplism: The case of Poland
Radoslaw Markowski (SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw)

Wed Oct 715:30-16:30Room 5Session 11.2: Cross-cultural Survey Research
The Changing Religious Landscape of America (1972-2018) in Comparative Perspective
Tom W Smith (NORC)

Advantages and challenges of conducting IVR electoral surveys: current international practices and their correlation with present Russian realities
Vladimir Zvonovsky (Samara State University of Economics )
Maria Grigoreva (Samara State University of Economics)

Cost and Production Efficiency in Different Modes: A Comparison of Cellphone, Landline, and Web-Based Survey in Taiwan
Hung-Chia Chen (Center for Survey Research, RCHSS, Academic Sinica)

Evaluating the Demographic and Health Surveys mode switch from PAPI to CAPI: An experiment from Turkey
Tugba Adali (Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies)
Sinan Turkyilmaz (Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies)
James M. Lepkowski (University of Michigan Institute for Social Research)

Quality control of international CATI surveys
Yulia Baskakova (Langer Research Associates)Gary Langer (Langer Research Associates)

The Foundation of European identity: civic versus cultural principles
Malina Voicu (Research Institute for quality of Life, Romanian Academy)
Ioana Ramia (Centre for Social Impact, University of New South Wales)

Using survey data to measure humanitarian proximity of post-Soviet countries
Igor Zadorin (Zircon)

Wed Oct 716:30-17:00CB Room 1Coffee Break 4
Wed Oct 717:00-18:00Room 1Panel 129: Part I: Challenges for comparative research
Tolerance of Asians for Unwanted Neighbors
Gerardo Sandoval (Social Weather Stations (SWS))
Linda Luz Guerrero (Social Weather Stations (SWS))

Attitude and perceptions towards Homosexuality in India: What data shows
Yashwant Deshmukh (CVoter International)
Rukmini Srinivasan (CVoter International)

Attitudes toward immigrants: The Role of national identity and religious belonging
Olga Iakimova (Ural Federal University)

Gender Equality and Post-materialist Values as Determinants of employment in Central Asian countries
Tatiana Karabchuk (UAE University)

Values of urban Mongolians
Tsetsenbileg Tseveen (Academy of Sciences of Mongolia, Institute of Philosophy y)
Khatanbold Oidov (Academy of Sciences of Mongolia, Institute of Philosophy )

Wed Oct 717:00-18:00Room 2Panel 356: Challenges of comparative research
India: Through the prism of ISSP Modules
Gaura Shukla (CVoter International)
Abdul Mannan (CVoter International)
Aakansha Bariar (CVoter International)
Yashwant Deshmukh (CVoter International)

Resources and strains in family networks and mental health: An exploratory study on the role of economic inequality in a comparative perspective
Marlene Sapin (FORS & LIVES, University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
Katia Iglesias (High School for Health, HedS of Fribourg, Switzerland)
Stéphanie Baggio (HUG, University of Geneva, Switzerland)
Clémentine Rossier (IDESO, University of Geneva, Switzerland)

An examination of the influence of institutions on social attitudes across the globe through the lenses of ISSP
Rene Bautista (NORC)

On strong ties and interpersonal trust: the moderating role of institutions in comparative perspective
Ricardo Gonzalez (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez)
Adolfo Fuentes (Centro de Estudios Públicos)
Bernardo Mackenna (University of California, San Diego)

Mapping Individual and Cross-Cultural Differences in Democratic Political Efficacy
Vaidas Morkevicius (Kaunas University of Technology)
Rimantas Rauleckas (Kaunas University of Technology)
Giedrius Zvaliauskas (Kaunas University of Technology)
Egle Butkeviciene (Kaunas University of Technology)

Egg or chicken? How does the policy shape social attitudes towards government
Francisco Abundis Luna (Parametría)Katia Guzman Martinez (Parametría)

Wed Oct 717:00-18:00Room 3Panel 266: Political behaviour
Policy Issues, Political Behavior, and the Challenges and Prospects of Longitudinal Survey Methods: Applications of the Polish Panel Survey POLPAN, 1988 – 2018
Marcin Zielinski (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Anna Kiersztyn (University of Warsaw )
Michal Kotnarowski (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Marcin Slarzynski (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences)Olga Li (Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Joshua K. Dubrow (CONSIRT, the Ohio State University and the Polish Academy of Sciences; IFiS PAN)

Assessing Change in Individuals’ Political Voice and Democratic Commitment in Poland, 2013 - 2018
Joshua Dubrow (The Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, and CONSIRT at the Ohio State University and the Polish Academy of Sciences)Olga Li (The Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, and CONSIRT at the Ohio State University and the Polish Academy of Sciences)

Electoral volatility – what can we learn from panel data?
Michal Kotnarowski (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences)

Stability and Change in Individual Support for Right-Wing Parties in Poland, 1993–2018
Marcin Slarzynski (The Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, and CONSIRT at the Ohio State University and the Polish Academy of Sciences)

Who wins and who loses on the Polish labour market? Using POLPAN data to study the determinants and outcomes of precarious employment careers
Anna Kiersztyn (Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw)

Weighting data in longitudinal projects and its impact on data comparability
Marcin Zielinski (The Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences)

Wed Oct 719:00-20:00Room 1WAPOR AWARD Ceremony
Thu Oct 814:00-15:00Room 1Session 1.3: Survey research application
What the World Thinks, and Why It Matters in Development
sharon felzer (World Bank Group)

Examining Young People’s Reading and Viewing Preferences and Their Effects on the Ideas of Friendship and Love: A Western Multinational Survey
Norberto Gonzalez-Gaitano (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross)

Misinformation and Disinformation in the Electoral Process: Public Perceptions and Experiences in Nigeria, Tunisia, and Ukraine
Matthew Emery (International Foundation for Electoral Systems)
Rakesh Sharma (International Foundation for Electoral Systems)

The Ethnical identity and social change of the Basque Country of Spain
Ana Roncal (University of the Nations)

Married twice in the last two months? Measuring Monthly Onset of Serious Life Events in the Understanding America Study
Francisco Perez-Arce (Center for Economic and Social Research, University of Southern California)Jill Darling (Center for Economic and Social Research, University of Southern California)Arie Kapteyn (Center for Economic and Social Research, University of Southern California)Arthur Stone (Center for Economic and Social Research, University of Southern California)

Innovative social practices and their dissemination mechanisms
Larisa Pautova (FOM)Natalia Sedova (VCIOM)

Influence of media on exercise political representation in municipal councils and the Departmental Assembly in the Colombian case
Vanessa López Suaza (Universidad Eafit)

Thu Oct 814:00-15:00Room 2Session 2.3: Public opinion and Survey research
Explaining Boris’ Brexit: the 2019 British General Election
Sir Robert Worcester (Ipsos MORI / King's College London)
Mark Gill (MORI Caribbean / King's College London)

Influence of Incidental News Exposure: Examining the Effects on Cognitive Elaboration and Thorough Information Engagement
Homero Gil de Zúñiga (University of Salamanca and Pennsylvania State University)
Porismita Borah (Washington State University)
Manuel Goyanes (Universidad Carlos III )

Public Perceptions of Ageing in Singapore
Jasmine Yang (Ministry of Communications and Information)
Magdalene Jebens (Ministry of Communications and Information)

Presidential Approval Rating in Taiwan
Eric Chen-hua Yu (National Chengchi University)

Democracy, diversity, education, trust in parliament and protest in Eastern Europe and West Asia 1993-2017.
David Wutchiett (University of Montreal)
Claire Durand (University of Montreal)

Immigration Population Innumeracy
Hayk Gyuzalyan (Highgate Consultancy)
Pierangelo Isernia (University of Siena)
Gianluca Piccolino (University of Siena)
Arpine Aghjoyan (Highgate Consultancy)

The Failure of Representation? Mismatched Policy Views between Citizens and Legislators in Latin America
Louis Wilson (University of Pittsburgh)
Marianne Batista (University of Pittsburgh)
Elias Chavarria-Mora (University of Pittsburgh)

Thu Oct 815:00-15:30CB Room 1Coffee Break 5
Thu Oct 815:30-16:30Room 1Session 7.3: Public opinion and Survey research
Assessing pre-electoral polls and forecasting elections in Italy
Kenneth Bunker (University of Milan)

Does Knowing Democracy Lead to Loving Democracy? Evidence from A Survey Experiment in Indonesia
Aurelia Nugroho (King's College London)
Damien Bol (King's College London)

Perceived Corruption and Political Knowledge: A cross-lagged panel approach
Matías Bargsted (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Ingrid Bachmann (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Sebastián Valenzuela (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

Improving Estimates in Likely Voter Models: How the Feeling of Duty and the Feeling of Guilt Perform in a Voter Turnout Index?
Paulina Tabery (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
Matous Pilnacek (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences)

The role of public opinion surveys in shaping public policy? A case study for Kenya

The effect of bushfire exposure on views on climate change: Evidence from a hot Australian summer
Nicholas Biddle (Australian National University)

Assessing the effects of survey method on the estimation of vote intention: The case of the Spanish General Election of November 2019
Patricia Otero-Felipe (Unversity of Burgos)
Leonardo Sánchez-Ferrer (University of Burgos)
Sergio Pérez-Castaños (University of Burgos)
Juan-Antonio Rodríguez-Zepeda (University of Burgos)
Marta Méndez-Juez (University of Burgos)

Thu Oct 815:30-16:30Room 2Session 8.3: Political behaviour and survey research
Cross-National Variation in Political Discussion Network Size and Distribution
William Eveland (Ohio State University)
Fei Shen (City University of Hong Kong)

Gender Gap on Policy Issues. A Comparative Analysis of Latin American Publics
Carolina Segovia (Universidad Diego Portales)

Exit Polls in India: A Thorough Evalution
Shiv Sehgal (Polstrat Communication)
Deep Bhattacharryya (Polstrat Communication)
Shreya Maskara (Polstrat Communication)

The populist vote at the last European Elections: an epiphenomenon or a well-established reality?
Pascal Chelala (Gallup International)
Antonis Papacostas (Former Head of Unit European Commission)

Ignacio Lago (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Manuel E. Lago (Universidade de Vigo)

Transnational ties and political engagement of Arab youth
Elena Sánchez-Montijano (CIDE)
Wiebke Weber (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

Thu Oct 815:30-16:30Room 3Session 9.3: Public opinion and Survey research
Activism and Public Opinion: The Effect of a Gay Pride Parade on Public Opinion regarding LGBT Rights in Israel
Yossi David (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz )
Gilly Hartal (Bar-Ilan University)

Brazil or The People first? Demand and Supply side of Bolsonaro’s populism in Brazil
Aline Burni (Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE))
Eduardo Tamaki (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG))

The New Shia Revolt in Iraq
Karl Kaltenthaler (University of Akron)
Munqith Dagher (IIACSS)

Comparative GDH: A Case Study of Gross Domestic Happiness (GDH) among People in Thailand and Malaysia

The Buffer of Support: Do Young Generations Resist the Crises?
Monica Ferrin (University of A Coruña)

Thu Oct 816:30-17:00CB Room 1Coffee Break 6
Thu Oct 817:00-18:30Room 1Panel 129: Part II: Challenges for comparative research
World Values Survey 1981-2020: Cross-National Findings on Values, Norms and Beliefs Worldwide
Marita Carballo (Voices Research and Consultancy)
Juan Diez-Nicolas (Camilo Jose Cela University)
Christian Haerpfer (UAEU)
Tatiana Karabchuk (UAEU)
Kseniya Kizilova (World Values Survey Association)
Jay Sandoval (Social Weather Stations)

Climate Change and Concern for the Environment
Juan DIEZ-NICOLAS (Universidad Camilo Jose Cela)

Traditional and Digital Forms of Political Capital: A New Theory and its Application
Christian Haerpfer (UAEU)
Kseniya Kizilova (World Values Survey Association)

Justification of Political Violence: the role of religion
Pilar Rodríguez-Martínez (University of Almería)
Juan S. Fernández Prados (University of Almeria)
Alexandra Ainz-Galende (University of Almería)
Antonia Lozano-Díaz (University of Almeria)

Do differences in Fieldwork Period affect survey comparability? Examining World Values Survey and European Values Study in Romania, 2017 - 2018
Bogdan Voicu (Romanian Academy)

Thu Oct 817:00-18:30Room 2Panel 310: Public Opinion Research and Political Behavior
Political Change in Chile: Analysis based on Chilean Longitudinal Social Survey
Matías Bargsted (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Alejandro Plaza (Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies)
Roberto Gonzalez (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Daniel Miranda (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

Political and Social Confidence in a Low-Trust Society: Panel Evidence from Chile
Matías Bargsted (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Ignacio Caceres (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Camila Ortiz (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Nicolás Somma (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

The Social Bases of Frente Amplio: involved but distrusful
Alejandro Plaza (Centre for Conflict and Cohesion Studies)
Benjamin Muñoz (Centre for Conflict and Cohesion Studies)

About the relation between offline and online participation: longitudinal evidence from Chile.
Daniel Miranda (Centre for Conflict and Cohesion Studies)

The role of perceived efficacy in the reciprocal relationship between descriptive norms and collective action participation
Roberto González (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)
Elaine Smith (University of Limerick, )
Cristian Frigolett (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)

Thu Oct 817:00-18:30Room 3Panel 32: Cross-National Perspectives on Political Polarization
Cross-National Perspectives on Political Polarization: The View from the Comparative National Elections Project
Paul Beck (Ohio State University)
Mariano Torcal (Pompeu Fabra University)
Robert Mattes (University of Strathclyde)
Pedro Magalhães (University of Lisbon)
Hernando Rojas (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

Perceptions of Bias, Political Polarization and Mobilization
Hernando Rojas (University of Wisconsin - Madison)Andres Scherman (Universidad Diego Portales - Chile)

Extremism, Informational Environments, and Support for Democracy
Pedro Magalhães (University of Lisbon)
Mariano Torcal (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

Splitters, Switchers and Defectors: Sources of Increasing Voter Fluidity in South Africa
Robert Mattes (University of Strathclyde)
Collette Shulz-Herzenberg (University of Stellenbosch)

The Foundations of Interpersonal Political Discussion
Paul Beck (Ohio State University)
Mariano Torcal (Pompeu Fabra University)

Thu Oct 819:00-20:00Room 1Joint plenary (500 people for plenary). Key Speaker: Prof. Noam Lupu. Vanderbilt University. Associate Director de LAPOP “How Violence Shapes Public Opinion for Generations.”

Training workshops October 12-15