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Paul Matthew Loveless

Associate Professor

Department of Political and Social Sciences

Academic discipline: SPS/04 Political Science

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Publication: Climate Change Attitudes in the US

Binelli, Chiara, Matthew Loveless, Brian F. Schaffner. 2022 "Explaining Perceptions of Climate Change in the US" Political Research Quarterly. doi:10.1177/10659129211070856

Published on: May 19 2022

Top Cited Article

Top Cited Article 2020-2021 in the JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES James Downes & Matthew Loveless, and Andrew Lam The Looming Refugee Crisis in the EU: Right-Wing Party Competition and Strategic Positioning

Published on: March 31 2022

Atheistic Tolerance

The tolerance of the despised: Atheists, the non-religious, and the value of pluralism Charles Devellennes and Paul Matthew Loveless https://doi.org/10.1177/01925121211034148

Published on: February 28 2022

Information and Democracy: Fake News as Emotional Weapon

Loveless, Matthew. 2020. “Information and Democracy: Fake News as Emotional Weapon” in S. Giusti and E. Piras (eds.) Democracy and Fake News: Information Manipulation and Post-Truth Politics. Routledge. pp.64-76. 10.4324/9781003037385 was a chapter in one of the Top 10 Open Access books in 2021 

Published on: January 16 2022

The effects of early elections on satisfaction with democracy

Edward Morgan-Jones and M. Loveless: ‘The effects of early elections on satisfaction with democracy’ The Constitution Unit blog, 17 Dec 2021 here

Published on: December 20 2021

Satisfaction with Democracy

Satisfaction with democracy goes down when Presidents and PM's call early elections! Check it out!  

Published on: October 25 2021

When You Win, Nothing Hurts: The Durability of Electoral Salience on Individuals’ Satisfaction with Democracy

Loveless, Mathew. 2020. “When You Win, Nothing Hurts: The Durability of Electoral Salience on Individuals’ Satisfaction with Democracy” Political Studies 10.1177/0032321720910356 

Published on: March 02 2020