Economics, Issues and the Perot Candidacy: Voter Choice in the 1992 Presidential Election

@inproceedings{Nagler1995EconomicsIA,
  title={Economics, Issues and the Perot Candidacy: Voter Choice in the 1992 Presidential Election},
  author={Jonathan Nagler and Je Dubin and John A. Ferejohn and Charles Franklin and D. Grether and Wendy F Hansen and Simon D. Jackman and Jonathan Katz and Rod Kiewiet and Gary King and Dave Lanoue and Jan Leighley and Brian Loynd and Doug Rivers and Brian Roberts and D. Gonz{\`a}lez Romero and Larry Rothenberg and Annette Steinacker},
  year={1995}
}
Theory: Theories of presidential elections (economic voting and spatial issue and ideology models), combined with the popular explanation of "angry voting", are used to account for voter choice in the 1992 Presidential Election. Hypotheses: Voter choice in this three-candidate race is a function of economic perceptions, issue and ideological positions of voters and candidates, or \voter anger." Methods: Multinomial probit analysis of 1992 National Election Studies data including individual… CONTINUE READING

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