Engagement

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Research Coverage:

“Who are VOX and who are their voters?” LSE EUROPP (July 2020)

“¿Quién votó a Vox en las elecciones generales de 2019?” El Huffington Post (July 2020)

“Hombre cabreado, nacionalista y con dinero explota con el ‘procés’: una investigación académica radiografía a Vox” InfoLibre.es (June 2020)

“Spain and the populist radical right: Will Vox become a permanent feature of the Spanish party system?” LSE EUROPP (May 2020)

“How sexuality affects voters in Europe” Democratic Audit (January 2020)

“The ‘lavender vote’: How sexuality affects the choices of voters across EuropeLSE European Politics and Policy (November 2019)

“El arcoíris es curvo, pero tiende a la izquierda” Politikon (October 2019)

“The Pink Vote exists and its going to the leftKing’s College London News (November 2019)

“¿Importando la ultraderecha desde la Madre Patria?” Centro de Estudios Públicos, Chile (May 2019)

“Can parties sign up more people to postal votes with mailings? Some evidence”Mark Pack (May 2019)

“Los Votantes de Vox: nacionalistas, pero no nativistas” Politikon (May 2019)

“Selfies, policies or votes? How politicians can campaign effectively on Instagram” Democratic Audit (April 2019)

“Urging party supporters to sign up for postal votes is ineffective”Phys.org (April 2019)

“Urging party supporters to sign up for postal votes is ineffective”EurekAlert! (April 2019)

“Urging party supporters to sign up for postal votes is ineffective”University of Kent News (Apr 2019)

“How not to recruit postal voters in the UK” – LSE British Politics & Policy (Mar 2019).