Political Behavior in Midterm Elections
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"What do the 2014 midterm elections mean?" Political Behavior in Midterm Elections: 2015 Edition, the essential supplement to Political Behavior of the American Electorate, provides the answers. Authors Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, Michael W. Wagner, William H. Flanigan, and Nancy H. Zingale draw on the most recent National Election Study surveys to offer a close analysis of the key issues and races, including:
the outcome of the battle for control of the Senate, including races in Iowa, Colorado, Kansas, and Alaska;
the role of independents in elections, particularly in this era of partisan polarization;
the influence of record campaign spending on election outcomes; and
whether supporting President Obama’s major programs helped or hurt members of Congress.
The perfect update to the classic text, Political Behavior of the American Electorate, by Flanigan, Zingale, Theiss-Morse, and Wagner, the 2015 edition of Political Behavior in Midterm Elections is available free to students when packaged with the text.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781506305417, 9781506305394, 9781506305387, 9781506305394, 1506305407, 9781506305400|
|Number of Pages||80|