"...reviews of MP tweets from January 1 to March 28 from the three national parties with official party status indicate that political elites in Canada have presented a united front on the nature and severity of the COVID-19 pandemic." #cdnpoli https://t.
But it need not be this way. Things were less partisan in Canada (https://t.co/Hcfh9M6Vll).
RT @_akpiper: what a difference consensus makes. Canadian MPs did not show indications of partisan response to Covid on social media throug…
what a difference consensus makes. Canadian MPs did not show indications of partisan response to Covid on social media through April. An interesting new paper by @taylor_owen and @MaxBellSchool. Curious if consensus is durable through the Fall. https://t.c
Liberals here form a minority gov, yet got ALL parties in parliament on board with a second $37B relief bill, despite usual pushback. What @EricMerkley et al. have called a "rare moment of cross-partisan consensus" re: COVID appears to stand. Phew! 3/3
Y uno de Canadá donde no ha habido confrontación partidista con las medidas y tampoco en la opinión publica https://t.co/KLkihcEnWA
@psychunseen @jonathanstea @DocMCohen @angusreidorg @StanKutcher @picardonhealth @AntibioticDoc @MediaSmarts Early research (like waaaaaay back in April) found Canada not as polarized as some jurisdictions on #COVID19 issues (see: https://t.co/HCqOdz1N5S).
Interesting analysis! "A Rare Moment of Cross-Partisan Consensus: Elite and Public Response to the #COVID19 #Pandemic in Canada" https://t.co/HCqOdz1N5S by @EricMerkley, @AengusBridgman, et al. via @CJPS_RCSP US deeply polarized. Canada more unified. #Co
"Avoiding polarization is essential for an effective societal response to the pandemic" says @taylor_owen. Read more about the findings of a new study led by @MediaEcosystem Observatory researchers at @mcgillu and @UofT #COVID19 https://t.co/rQVL0mMp19
@SamaraCDA Back to the @CJPS_RCSP series, @EricMerkley, writing with a cast of thousands of coauthors (ok five), look at the moment of cross-partisan consensus that emerged in Canada in the early days of coronavirus response. (Are you going to update this
@davidfrum @Alex_Panetta Might be of interest. The @MediaEcosystem has been doing research on COVID-19 public opinion in Canada and has a new open-access publication in @CJPS_RCSP showing cross-partisan consensus on COVID-19 among Canadian party elites and
Not polarized. Which possibly backs up what we see in Google mobility data for Alberta and Saskatchewan vs North Dakota and Montana. https://t.co/5OiffpZ9Dk
Great to see this short piece out. We contextualize some interesting survey findings on #covid19Canada with a great use of social media data. From conception to publication and exposure in VOX and NYT in just a few weeks. 👏
🚨Pre-print of the @MediaEcosystem's new article on elite/public cross-partisan consensus on #Covid_19 in 🇨🇦 now online at @CJPS_RCSP. Check it out and share! 👀#SocSciResearch #cdnpoli 1/ https://t.co/HIbjR5tWv3
New from @CJPS_RCSP - A Rare Moment of Cross-Partisan Consensus: Elite and Public Response to the #COVID19 Pandemic in Canada - https://t.co/T13snPcCNR - Merkley, Bridgman, Loewen, Owen, Ruths & Zhilin An Accepted Manuscript for the Cambridge #Coron