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A Länder-Based Forecast of the 2021 German Bundestag Election

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 September 2021

Mark A. Kayser
Affiliation:
Hertie School, Berlin
Arndt Leininger
Affiliation:
Chemnitz University of Technology
Anastasiia Vlasenko
Affiliation:
Florida State University

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Forecasting the 2021 German Elections
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