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Introduction: Mapping public opinion on issues in elections across Europe in 2017 
Lorenzo De Sio and Aldo Paparo

Part I – Netherlands

The Dutch Parliamentary election of 2017: a case study of issue competition
Lorenzo De Sio

Towards the next Dutch general election: issues at stake, support and priority
Vincenzo Emanuele, Lorenzo De Sio and Mathilde van Ditmars 

Towards the next Dutch general election: party credibility on different issues
Aldo Paparo, Lorenzo De Sio and Mathilde van Ditmars

Towards the next Dutch general election: the issue opportunity structure for parties
Nicola Maggini, Lorenzo De Sio and Mathilde van Ditmars

It’s the culture, stupid! Issue competition in the 2017 Dutch election
Lorenzo De Sio and Mathilde van Ditmars

Part II: France

A shared agenda, with a right-wing slant: public opinion priorities towards the French Presidential election
Vincenzo Emanuele, Lorenzo De Sio and Elie Michel 

Who will solve France’s problems? Candidate credibility on issues with top priority
Aldo Paparo, Lorenzo De Sio and Elie Michel 

Ideology or ‘cherry-picking’? The issue opportunity structure for candidates in France
Nicola Maggini, Lorenzo De Sio and Elie Michel 

French presidential election: An expected surprise
Elie Michel

The hidden cleavage of the French election: Macron, Le Pen and the urban-rural conflict
Vincenzo Emanuele

Conflict mobilization for Le Pen, problem-solving for Macron: voting models reveal two opposite visions of France
Lorenzo De Sio and Aldo Paparo

Where does Macron’s success come from? A look at electoral shifts with an eye on the legislative elections
Aldo Paparo

French parliamentary elections: Macron’s successful bet
Elie Michel

Macron with a comfortable majority undermined by record low turnout
Elie Michel

Part III: United Kingdom

UK gives priority to problem solving, but leftist positions dominate economic issues
Vincenzo Emanuele

UK voters support leftist goals, but economic left-right is not the main dimension of competition
Vincenzo Emanuele

Tories and Labour: mainstream parties riding on conflict
Aldo Paparo

The issue opportunity structure for UK parties: leftist economic agenda vs. British chauvinism
Nicola Maggini

Towards a hung Parliament? The battleground of the 2017 UK general election
Vincenzo Emanuele and Bruno Marino

The ‘sure bet’ by Theresa May ends up in a hung Parliament
Vincenzo Emanuele and Bruno Marino

Part IV: Germany

Pro-UE and welfare, anti-immigrants: the German agenda towards the elections
Vincenzo Emanuele e Aldo Paparo

German elections, towards the Jamaica coalition? 
Nicola Maggini e Aldo Paparo

Part V: Austria

Austria 2017: conflict mobilization in a reconstructing political landscape
Carolina Plescia, Sylvia Kritzinger e Patricia Oberluggauer

2017 Austrian election: A move to the right
Carolina Plescia, Sylvia Kritzinger e Patricia Oberluggauer

Conclusion: The rise of (not all) challengers? Similar public opinion, different party strategies 
Lorenzo De Sio and Aldo Paparo