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Measures the level of populist discourse in speeches, debates, and platforms of presidential candidates in the U.S. 2016 election. Covers 7 candidates from March 23, 2015-November 8, 2016. Data was collected by Kirk Hawkins at Brigham Young University. Available files for download include the coding results presented in an Excel spreadsheet, as well as zipped files of candidates' speeches and the completed rubrics of each coder. Please cite the data as follows: Hawkins, Kirk A. 2016. United States 2016 Presidential Campaign Speeches Dataset.
2018 - Populism in Brazil’s 2018 General Elections: An analysis of Bolsonaro's campaign speeches — Speeches and Rubrics
A collection of Bolsonaro's campaign speeches during the Brazilian General Election in 2018 and rubrics.
Measures U.S. President Andrew Jackson's level of populist discourse using the holistic coding method to grade a sample of eight speeches given while he was in office from 1829-1837. Includes the scores of three campaign speeches for historical context. The files available for download include a memo summarizing the data, methodology and findings, as well as a zip folder with subfolders for the final rubrics and the original speeches. Data collected by McKinney Voss at Brigham Young University from 2017-2018. These data are embargoed until May 1, 2020. Please do not cite or use without permission of the author.