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Pablo Barberá, Andreu Casas, Jonathan Nagler, Patrick Egan, Richard Bonneau, John Jost, Joshua A Tucker

Who Leads? Who Follows? Measuring Issue Attention and Agenda Setting by Legislators and the Mass Public Using Social Media Data Journal Article

American Political Science Review, 2019.

Abstract | Links | Tags: Methodology, Public opinion, Twitter

Jennifer Larson, Jonathan Nagler, Jonathan Ronen, Joshua A Tucker

Social Networks and Protest Participation: Evidence from 130 Million Twitter Users Journal Article

American Journal of Political Science, 63 (3), pp. 690-705, 2019.

Abstract | Links | Tags: Methodology, Protests, Twitter


Marko Klašnja, Pablo Barberá, Nicholas Beauchamp, Jonathan Nagler, Joshua A Tucker

Measuring Public Opinion with Social Media Data Book Chapter

Atkeson, Lonna Rae; Alvarez, Michael R (Ed.): Oxford Handbook of Polling and Survey Methods, pp. 555-582, Oxford University Press, 2018.

Abstract | Links | Tags: Methodology, Public opinion

Andrew Guess, Kevin Munger, Jonathan Nagler, Joshua A Tucker

How Accurate Are Survey Responses on Social Media and Politics? Journal Article

Political Communication, 2018.

Abstract | Links | Tags: Facebook, Methodology, SMaPP Survey, Twitter


Kevin Jones, Sharareh Noorbaloochi, John Jost, Richard Bonneau, Jonathan Nagler, Joshua A Tucker

Liberal and Conservative Values: What We Can Learn from Congressional Tweets Journal Article

Political Psychology, 39 (2), pp. 423-443, 2017.

Abstract | Links | Tags: Methodology, Twitter, USA


Pablo Barberá

Birds of the Same Feather Tweet Together. Bayesian Ideal Point Estimation Using Twitter Data Journal Article

Political Analysis, 23 (1), pp. 42-58, 2015.

Abstract | Links | Tags: Echo Chambers, Methodology, Twitter