Browse Dept. of Political Science by Contributor "James Kuklinski"
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Do Parties' Ideological Positions Matter? The Effects of Alienation and Indifference on Individuals' Turnout Decisions (2009)Both spatial theories of voting and our intuitions lead us to expect that political parties' ideological positions should affect individuals' turnout decisions. Contrary to these expectations, existing research finds that ...
(2001)Among the variables of most interest, only opposition by elected officials had a significant influence on the success of a ballot measure: opposition by minority leaders, citizen groups, and established groups had no ...