Articles by Werner Krause

February 12, 2024

How powerful are polls in influencing election outcomes?

Werner Krause
Werner Krause and Christina Gahn argue that we need to pay more attention to how the media communicates the results of opinion polls to the public. Reporting methodological details, such as margins of error, can alter citizens’ vote choices on election day. This has important implications for elections around the globe
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September 29, 2023

Right-wing violence and the persistence of far-right popularity

Werner Krause
Miku Matsunaga and Werner Krause reveal how voters who support radical-right parties are sticking by them, despite the current upsurge in right-wing violence. Their findings raise crucial concerns about the broader ramifications of growing far-right movements across the globe
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Werner Krause
Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow, University of Potsdam

Werner studies the dynamics of political conflict with a focus on political parties and political behaviour.

One of his research topics is the far-right and its voters.

His previous work has appeared in such journals as the Journal of Politics, Comparative Political Studies, Political Science Research and Methods, and the British Journal of Political Science.

He tweets @krause_we

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