Caitlin Milazzo
Caitlin Milazzo
Professor of Politics, University of Nottingham
Zweryfikowany adres z nottingham.ac.uk
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Taking back control? Investigating the role of immigration in the 2016 vote for Brexit
M Goodwin, C Milazzo
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 19 (3), 450-464, 2017
UKIP: Inside the campaign to redraw the map of British politics
M Goodwin, C Milazzo
Oxford University Press, 2015
Has the British public depolarized along with political elites? An American perspective on British public opinion
J Adams, J Green, C Milazzo
Comparative Political Studies 45 (4), 507-530, 2012
Pretty faces, marginal races: Predicting election outcomes using trait assessments of British parliamentary candidates
K Mattes, C Milazzo
Electoral studies 34, 177-189, 2014
Are voter decision rules endogenous to parties’ policy strategies? A model with applications to elite depolarization in post-Thatcher Britain
C Milazzo, J Adams, J Green
The Journal of Politics 74 (1), 262-276, 2012
Democratic scepticism and political participation in Europe
JA Karp, C Milazzo
Public Opinion and Democracy in Transitional Regimes, 105-118, 2017
Britain, the European Union and the Referendum: what drives euroscepticism?
MJ Goodwin, C Milazzo
Chatham House, 2015
Looking good for election day: Does attractiveness predict electoral success in Britain?
C Milazzo, K Mattes
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 18 (1), 161-178, 2016
Who moves? Elite and mass-level depolarization in Britain, 1987–2001
J Adams, J Green, C Milazzo
Electoral Studies 31 (4), 643-655, 2012
Resurgent remain and a rebooted revolt on the right: exploring the 2019 European parliament elections in the United Kingdom
D Cutts, M Goodwin, O Heath, C Milazzo
The Political Quarterly 90 (3), 496-514, 2019
Defeat of the People's Army? The 2015 British general election and the UK Independence Party (UKIP)
D Cutts, M Goodwin, C Milazzo
Electoral Studies 48, 70-83, 2017
Social Diversity Affects the Number of Parties Even Under First-Past-the-Post Rules
C Milazzo, R Moser, E Scheiner
Comparative Political Studies, 2017
Candidate positioning in Britain
MK Buttice, C Milazzo
Electoral Studies 30 (4), 848-857, 2011
Conceived in Harlesden: Candidate-centred campaigning in British general elections
C Milazzo, J Townsley
Parliamentary Affairs 73 (1), 127-146, 2020
When do you follow the (national) leader? Party switching by subnational legislators in Japan
C Milazzo, E Scheiner
Electoral Studies 30 (1), 148-161, 2011
The face of the party? Leader personalization in British campaigns
C Milazzo, J Hammond
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (3), 263-282, 2018
Getting it Right When it Counts: Constituency Marginality and Voter Perceptions of British Parties' Policy Positions
C Milazzo
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 25 (2), 111-136, 2015
Who votes by post? Understanding the drivers of postal voting in the 2019 British General Election
J Townsley, SJ Turnbull-Dugarte, S Trumm, C Milazzo
Parliamentary Affairs 76 (1), 43-61, 2023
The 2016 EU referendum: Explaining support for Brexit among would-be British MPs
S Trumm, C Milazzo, J Townsley
Political Studies 68 (4), 819-836, 2020
The South, the suburbs, and the Vatican too: explaining partisan change among Catholics
JB Ryan, C Milazzo
Political Behavior 37, 441-463, 2015
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