- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Notes on contributors
- Editors’ preface
1Ireland’s post-crisis election
2Mining the ballot: Preferences and transfers in the 2016 election
3Ideological dimensions in the 2016 elections
4Social and ideological bases of voting
5Party identification in the wake of the crisis: A nascent realignment?
6Why did the ‘recovery’ fail to return the government?
7Party or candidate?
8Political fragmentation on the march: Campaign effects in 2016
9The impact of gender quotas on voting behaviour in 2016
10What do Irish voters want from and think of their politicians?
11Popularity and performance? Leader effects in the 2016 election
AppendixThe INES 2016 questionnaires
- The post-crisis Irish voter
- Michael Marsh, David M. Farrell, Theresa Reidy
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