Academic publications

Nadeau, Richard., Erick Lachapelle, and Thomas Bergeron. 2022. “Environment Versus Economy Trade-Off Questions: Measuring the Paler Shades of the Environmental Rainbow Coalition.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 34(4): 1-8. Replication.

Merkley, Eric., Thomas Bergeron, Peter John Loewen, Angelo Elias, and Miriam Lapp. 2022. “Communicating safety precautions can help maintain in-person voter turnout during a pandemic.” Electoral Studies, 75: 102421. Pre-print and Replication.

Bergeron, Thomas. and Thomas Galipeau. 2021. “The Political Implications of Personality in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 54(2): 292–315. Replication.

Lachapelle, Erick., Thomas Bergeron, Richard Nadeau, Jean-Francois Daoust, Ruth Dassonneville, and ́Eric Belanger. 2021. “Citizens willingness to support new taxes for COVID-19measures and the role of trust.” Politics & Policy, 49(3): 534–565. Pre-print

Non-refereed publications

Lee-Whiting, Blake. and Thomas Bergeron. 2022. Universities are right to prioritize in-person classes, but don’t forget student social life, The Conversation. Media coverage: PBS News Hour, University Affairs, and CAPRES.

McAndrews, John R., Aengus Bridgman, Peter John Loewen, Thomas Bergeron, Thomas Galipeau, Allison Harell, Daniel Rubenson, and Laura B. Stephenson. 2022. Federal leaders’ debates: How Canadians responded to the 2021 debates and what they want for future debates.

Bridgman, Aengus., Mathieu Lavigne, Melissa Baker, Thomas Bergeron, Danielle Bohonos, Anthony Burton, Katharine McCoy, Mackenzie Hart, Mathieu Lavault, Rupinder Liddar, Pangying Peng, Christopher Ross, Jaclyn Victor, Taylor Owen, and Peter Loewen. 2022. Mis- and Disinformation During the 2021 Canadian Federal Election Media Ecosystem Observatory.