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Reelection 1996 : how Americans voted

Author: Herbert F Weisberg; Janet M Box-Steffensmeier
Publisher: New York : Chatham House Publishers, ©1999.
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In this timely sequel to Democracy's Feast: Elections in America, a team of analysts headquartered at The Ohio State University mine National Election Study data to place Bill Clinton's reelection and the reelection of the Republican Congress in the contexts of voter realignment, partisanship, candidate factors, ideology and issues, voter turnout, trust in governing institutions, campaign finance, and media  Read more...
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Reelection 1996.
New York : Chatham House Publishers, c1999
(OCoLC)607346077
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert F Weisberg; Janet M Box-Steffensmeier
ISBN: 1566430682 9781566430685
OCLC Number: 39922823
Description: 274 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Reelection / Herbert F. Weisberg and Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier --
Voter turnout in the 1996 election / Stephen M. Nichols, David C. Kimball, and Paul Allen Beck --
Attitudinal correlates of the 1996 presidential vote / Herbert F. Weisberg and Stephen T. Mockabee --
The partisan choice / Charles E. Smith Jr., Peter M. Radcliffe, and John H. Kessel --
Comparing models of the vote / John J. Kessel and Herbert F. Weisberg --
The impact of the economy on the 1996 election / Dean Lacy and J. Tobin Grant --
Hillary Clinton and the president's reelection / Anthony Mughan and Barry C. Burden --
The media and the 1996 presidential campaign / Herbert B. Asher and Andrew R. Tomlinson --
Is the gender gap growing? / Barbara Norrander --
Party coalitions in transition / Harold W. Stanley and Richard G. Niemi --
Reelecting the Republican Congress / Samuel C. Patterson and Joseph Quin Monson --
The impact of incumbents' levels of competence and integrity in the 1994 and 1996 U.S. House Elections / Jeffery J. Mondak, Carl McCurley, and Steven R.L. Millman
Responsibility: edited by Herbert F. Weisberg, Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier.

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In this timely sequel to Democracy's Feast: Elections in America, a team of analysts headquartered at The Ohio State University mine National Election Study data to place Bill Clinton's reelection and the reelection of the Republican Congress in the contexts of voter realignment, partisanship, candidate factors, ideology and issues, voter turnout, trust in governing institutions, campaign finance, and media innovations.

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