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**This project contains supplementary material for the article “Cognitio populi — Vox populi: Implications of science-related populism for communication behavior”, which was published in *Communications* and available at** Please cite the article as: Mede, N. G., Schäfer, M. S., & Metag, J. (2023). Cognitio populi – Vox populi: Implications of science-related populism for communication behavior. *Communications*. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1515/commun-2022-0059. ---------- <br> In this repository, we share the R syntax we used for the statistical analyses, as well as additional data and the appendix supplementing the article. It contains the following folders: - **01 Syntax**: This folder contains all R syntaxes used for the analyses. They have to be executed in chronological order. - **02 Additional Data**: This folder contains Swiss census data from the Swiss Federal Statistical Office BfS (“[Regionalporträts 2019: Kennzahlen aller Gemeinden][1]”) and a correspondence table for matching the municipality numbers of the census data with the postal codes from the survey data (PLZs). This table was also retrieved from the BfS (“[Umwandlung von PLZ in BFS-Gemeindenummer][2]”). We used these files to add inhabitant counts of respondents’ residence municipalities to the survey data. Inhabitant counts then served as a proxy measure for the degree of urbanity of respondents’ residence places. - **03 Supplemental Files**: This folder contains the supplemental document in PDF format (which includes supplemental information, tables, and figures) as well as Main Figures 1-2 and Supplemental Figures S1-S5 in higher resolution. <br> The survey data and additional materials (e.g., the questionnaires and a methodological report, the former in German, French, and Italian, the latter only in German) are publicly available in the online repository [SWISSUbase][3] (doi: [10.48573/wpf5-hf36][4]). [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]:
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