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DPIR study reveals a major rise in public support for COVID vaccine

February 24 2021

The Coping with COVID-19 project has published its early findings, revealing important insights for policymakers on public opinion surrounding the vaccine.
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Do Campaign Contribution Limits Curb the Influence of Money in Politics?

February 19 2021

Business donors to a winning political candidate receive, on average, three more contracts if their candidate wins. Nelson Ruiz, with Saad Gulzar (Stanford) and Miguel Rueda (Emory), uncover the impact more

Informing the Review of the Fixed Term Parliaments Act with Comparative Evidence

February 8 2021

Petra Schleiter, Professor of Comparative Politics, and her co-researcher Tom Fleming (University of York) have provided evidence to the Joint-Committee inquiry into the Fixed Term Parliaments Act (FTPA), in more