The American Voter
University of Chicago Press, 15 sep 1980 - 573 pagina's
Here is the unabridged version of the classic theoretical study of voting behavior, originally published in 1960. It is a standard reference in the field of electoral research, presenting formulations of the theoretical issues that have been the focus of scholarly publication. No single study matches the study of The American Voter.
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American analysis areas associated blue-collar workers campaign candidates cent Chapter concept concern conflict conservatism decision degree Democratic Party differences dimension distinction economic outlook effects Eisenhower election electorate elements evaluations expect fact factors farm farmer feeling forces ideology important Independents individual individual's influence intensity interest interview issues Korean War labor labor union less liberal-conservative major measure membership metropolitan motivation Negroes nomic non-voters occupation opinion ordering dimensions partisan attitudes partisan choice partisan preference partisanship party allegiance party identification party loyalties perceptions person political attitudes political behavior political efficacy political involvement political parties population position predict proportion psychological question Relation relationship Republican Party residents response role rural sample sense shift social class South status polarization Stevenson strength strong structure Table tend tion tisan union urban V. O. Key variables voters voting behavior voting Republican Warren E