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Hix, Simon, Johnston, Ron and McLean, Iain (2010) Electoral reform: a vote for change? Political Insight, 1 (2). pp. 61-63. ISSN 2041-9058

Hix, Simon, Johnston, Ron and McLean, Iain (2010) How to choose an electoral system. British Academy Review (15). pp. 1-3. ISSN 2047-1866

Propper, Carol, Burgess, Simon, Bolster, Anne, Leckie, George, Jones, Kelvyn and Johnston, Ron (2007) The impact of neighbourhood on the income and mental health of British social renters. Urban Studies, 44 (2). pp. 393-415. ISSN 0042-0980

Monograph

Hix, Simon, Johnston, Ron and McLean, Iain (2010) Choosing an electoral system: a report by the British Academy Policy Centre, prepared by professor Simon Hix, professor Ron Johnston FBA and professor Iain McLean FBA with research assistance from Angela Cummine. . British Academy, London, UK. ISBN 9780856725883

Online resource

Johnston, Ron, Jones, Kelvyn, Manley, David, Pattie, Charles, Hartman, Todd K. and Rossiter, David (2018) General election polling goes geographical: the accuracy and value of constituency-level estimates. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2018) Book review: handbook of political party funding edited by Jonathan Mendilow and Eric Phélippeau. LSE Review of Books (08 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2018) LSE festival Beveridge 2.0 book review: a university education by David Willetts. LSE Review of Books (19 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Pattie, Charles, Johnston, Ron and Hartman, Todd K. (2017) Party canvassers don’t change people’s opinions, but they do persuade them to vote. Democratic Audit UK (31 May 2017). Website.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2017) How UKIP’s election strategy is boosting Theresa May’s chances of a big majority. Democratic Audit UK (29 May 2017). Website.

Johnston, Ron (2017) The long read: the working class hasn’t gone away by Ron Johnston. LSE Review of Books (03 May 2017). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2017) The case of the missing marginals: how big will May’s majority be? Democratic Audit UK (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Pattie, Charles and Johnston, Ron (2017) Scottish national identity: why the question of Europe could actually keep the UK together. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2017). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Jones, Kelvyn and Manley, David (2016) Predicting the Brexit vote: getting the geography right (more or less). British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2016). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Jones, Kelvyn and Manley, David (2016) Can we really not predict who will vote for Brexit, and where? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2016). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2016) The long read: how the polls and the media delivered Cameron’s unexpected victory by Ron Johnston. LSE Review of Books (03 Mar 2016). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2015) Ensuring equal representation in Parliament: who counts? British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Manley, David, Pattie, Charles, Pemberton, Hugh and Wickham-Jones, Mark (2015) The Labour leadership and deputy leadership candidates: where are their support bases – does geography matter? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Cutts, David (2015) At £13 a vote – a bargain? Donations to the Tories’ 2015 constituency campaigns. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Manley, David (2015) The case of the missing marginals: Labour’s task in 2020 is harder than they currently realise. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2015) The South West – contest by contest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2015) There are fewer people registered to vote in 2015 than there were in 2010: is that to Labour’s advantage? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Apr 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Cutts, David (2015) Have the Tories gone on the defensive and narrowed the focus of their constituency targets? Donations to local parties in 2014. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2015) Book review: rank hypocrisies: the insult of the REF by Derek Sayer. LSE Review of Books (06 Mar 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron and Pattie, Charles (2015) The British party system – or systems: how many on the ground? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2015). Blog Entry.

Cutts, David, Fieldhouse, Ed, Fisher, Justin, Johnston, Ron and Pattie, Charles (2015) Contact matters: voters like to be asked personally for their support. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Cutts, David and Pattie, Charles (2015) The Tories and Donations to Constituency Campaigns (or, Beware of Journalists’ Hyperbole). British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jan 2015). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Cutts, David (2014) Raising money for the local campaigns. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Dec 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2014) Translating Votes into Seats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Dec 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2014) Ron Johnston on remembering urbanist Professor Sir Peter Hall. LSE Review of Books (17 Oct 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2014) Book review: advancing electoral integrity edited by Pippa Norris, Richard W Frank and Ferran Martínez i Coma. LSE Review of Books (17 Sep 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Jones, Kelvyn, Manley, David, Hoare, Tony and Harris, Richard (2014) Replication of government research uncovers shaky evidence on relationship between school and degree performance. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Jul 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2014) Book review: British general elections since 1964: diversity, dealignment and disillusion by David Denver and Mark Garnett. LSE Review of Books (02 Jul 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2014) Book review: making democracy fun: how game design canempower citizens and transform politics by Josh Lerner. LSE Review of Books (22 Apr 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2014) Book Review: affluence, austerity and electoral change in Britain by Paul Whiteley, Harold D. Clarke, David Sanders and Marianne C. Stewart. LSE Review of Books (19 Feb 2014). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2013) Book Review: The political integration of ethnic minorities in Britain. LSE Review of Books (04 Dec 2013). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2013) Book review: Cities: an environmental history. LSE Review of Books (21 Aug 2013). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2013) Book review: The limits of electoral reform. LSE Review of Books (12 Jul 2013). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2013) In Depth: The Conservatives will suffer electorally from the Liberal Democrats’ revenge over failure to support House of Lords reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2013). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2012) The proposed system for an elected House of Lords lacks accountability and offers voters far less choice than had previously been envisaged. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2012). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2012) Book reviews: the books that inspired Ron Johnston: “I had no intention of becoming an ‘electoral geographer’, but David Butler and Donald Stokes’ ‘political change in Britain’ grabbed my attention”. LSE Review of Books (03 Jun 2012). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2011) The re-vamped public inquiries currently changing Westminster constituency boundaries in record time (across the whole of the UK) keep power firmly in the hands of the biggest political parties, and not the general public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2011). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2011) Why are Labour Lords keeping their peers up late?: opposition to the coalition’s plans for fewer MPs and more equal constituencies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2011). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2010) Pursuing a passion for parity, the coalition government is axing one in every 4 MPs in Wales, but less than one in 14 in England: how the UK draws its electoral map will never be the same again. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2010). Blog Entry.

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