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Political behavior in midterm elections

William H. Flanigan

Political behavior in midterm elections

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Published by CQ Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Elections, 2006,
  • Voting -- United States,
  • Elections -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 61).

    StatementWilliam H. Flanigan and Nancy H. Zingale.
    ContributionsZingale, Nancy H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJK1967 .F378 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 61 p. :
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23710463M
    ISBN 109780872893009
    LC Control Number2007028686
    OCLC/WorldCa156845829


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Elizabeth Theiss-Morse and Michael Wagner, new authors to the Political Behavior franchise, hit the ground running in their analysis of the factors that led to Democrats losing the House of Representatives and retaining only a slim majority in the Senate after the midterm elections.

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Elizabeth Theiss-Morse and Michael Wagner, new authors to the Political Behavior franchise, hit the ground running in their analysis of the factors that led to Democrats losing the House of Representatives and retaining only a slim majority in the Senate after the midterm : Staple Bound.

Get this from a library. Political behavior in midterm elections. [Elizabeth Theiss-Morse; Michael W Wagner; William H Flanigan; Nancy H Zingale] -- "This supplement draws on the most recent National Election Study surveys to offer a close analysis of the key issues and races, and answers the question, 'What do the election results mean?'.

The perfect update to the classic text, Political Behavior of the American Electorate, by Flanigan, Zingale, Theiss-Morse, and Wagner, the edition of Political Behavior in Midterm Elections is available free to students when packaged with the text. The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior offers comprehensive coverage of the various theoretical approaches to the study of American elections and political behavior.

The chapters are thoughtful and creative, providing broad overviews of intellectual developments and challenges, as well as incisive commentary on the accomplishments of, and challenges facing, scholars Cited by: Political Behavior in Midterm Elections by Elizabeth A.

Theiss-Morse,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Political Behavior of the American Electorate, 13 th Edition By William H. Flanigan and Nancy H. Zingale The elections took place in a time of intense party polarization and a weak economy, yet the incumbent president won reelection.

On Tuesday, Nov. 4, Americans will head to the polls to vote in the midterm elections. Although no one national issue is dominating the current election and polarizing the electorate—in the central theme was the Affordable Care Act—how one votes may be influenced by their age, gender and race.

Jill Greenlee, associate professor of politics, is an expert in American politics and. Since its first edition inChange and Continuity has been known for offering the best analysis and explanation of voting behavior in the most recent election and setting those results in the context of larger trends and patterns in elections top-notch author team meticulously and accessibly explains the National Election Studies data and analyzes its importance and impact.