Christopher Wlezien and Stuart Soroka. N.d. “Trends in Public Support for Welfare Spending: How the Economy Matters,” forthcoming in the British Journal of Political Science. Arceneaux, Kevin, Johanna Dunaway, and Stuart Soroka. 2018. “ Elites are people, too: The effects of threat sensitivity on policymakers’ spending priorities.” PLOS ONE 13(4): e0193781. Anja Neundorf and Stuart Soroka. 2018. “ The Origins of Redistributive Policy Preferences: Political Socialization with and without a Welfare State.” West European Politics 41(2): 400-427. Harell, Allison, Stuart Soroka, Shanto Iyengar and Valérie Lapointe. 2017. “Attitudes toward Work, Motherhood, and Parental Leave in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.” Pp 247-267 in Mothers and Others: The Role of Parenthood in Politics, Melanee Thomas and Amanda Bittner, eds. Vancouver BC: University of British Columbia Press. J. Alexander Branham, Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2017. “ When Do the Rich Win?,” Political Science Quarterly 132(1): 43-62.. Christopher Wlezien and Stuart Soroka. 2015. “ Electoral Systems and Opinion Representation,” Representation 51(3): 273-285. Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2015. “ The Majoritarian and Proportional Visions and Democratic Responsiveness,” Electoral Studies 40: 539–547.
Richard Nadeau, Éric Bélanger, François Pétry, Stuart Soroka and Antonia Maioni. 2014. . New York: Routledge. Health Care Policy and Opinion in the United States and Canada Mark Franklin, Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2014. “Elections,” in The Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability, Mark Bovens, Robert E. Goodin and Thomas Schillemans, eds., Oxford: Oxford University Press. Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2014. “Economic Crisis and Support for Redistribution in the UK,” in Mass Politics in Tough Times, Nancy Bermeo and Larry Bartels, eds., New York: Oxford University Press. Stuart Soroka, Antonia Maioni and Pierre Martin. 2013. “ What Moves Public Opinion on Health Care? Individual Experiences, System Performance and Media Framing.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 38(5): 893-920. Christopher Wlezien and Stuart Soroka. 2012. “ Political Institutions and the Opinion-Policy Link,” West European Politics 35(6): 1407-1432. Christopher Wlezien and Stuart Soroka. 2011. “ Federalism and Public Responsiveness to Policy,” in Publius: The Journal of Federalism 41(1): 31-52. Christopher Wlezen and Stuart Soroka. 2011. “Inequality in Policy Responsiveness?,” in Peters Enns and Christopher Wlezien, Who Gets Represented?, Russell Sage Foundation.
Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2010. Degrees of Democracy: Politics, Public Opinion and Policy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2010. “ Public Opinion and Public Policy,” in John Courtney and David Smith, eds., Oxford Handbook of Canadian Politics (OUP). Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2008. “ On the Limits to Inequality in Representation,” PS: Political Science and Politics, April 2008: 319-27. Christopher Wlezien and Stuart Soroka. 2007. “ The Relationship Between Public Opinion and Policy,” , in Russell Dalton and Hans-Deiter Klingemann, Oxford Handbook of Political Behavior. Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2005. “ Opinion-Policy Dynamics: Public Preferences and Public Expenditure in the UK,” with Christopher Wlezien, in British Journal of Political Science 35: 665-689. Stuart Soroka and Christopher Wlezien. 2004. “ Opinion Representation and Policy Feedback: Canada in Comparative Perspective,” with Christopher Wlezien, in Canadian Journal of Political Science 37(3): 531-60.