2019 Argentina Panel Election Study
2015 Argentine Panel Election Study
A two-wave panel survey being conducted during the 2015 general election campaign in Argentina. The survey covers topics such as vote choice, partisanship, candidate evaluations, clientelism, corruption, economic policy, security, and media attention. The survey also forms part of the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems.
Questionnaires and data: here
How to cite: Lupu, Noam, Carlos Gervasoni, Virginia Oliveros, and Luis Schiumerini. 2015. Argentine Panel Election Study.
Replication data for “Economic Constraints and Presidential Agency”
This dataset combines political and economic data from 18 Latin American countries for the period between 1978 and 2008. Each observation corresponds to one presidential term in each country. The total number of observations is 106, ranging from two to nine per country. Please see the chapter for more information on sources and coding decisions.
How to cite: Murillo, María Victoria, Virginia Oliveros, and Milan Vaishnav. 2011. “Economic Constraints and Presidential Agency”. In Steven Levitsky and Kenneth Roberts (eds.) The Resurgence of the Latin American Left, John Hopkins University Press.
Latin American Electoral Dataset (1978-2009)
This dataset combines presidential electoral results from 18 Latin American countries for the period between 1978 and 2009 with data on the ideology of all candidates. The total number of observations is 115, ranging from four to nine per country.
How to cite: Murillo, María Victoria, Virginia Oliveros, and Milan Vaishnav. 2010. Dataset on Political Ideology of Presidents and Parties in Latin America. Columbia University. Available at: http://mariavictoriamurillo.com/data/ or http://www.virginiaoliveros.com/data/.