Nader voters in the 2000 Presidential Election: what would they have done without him?

  title={Nader voters in the 2000 Presidential Election: what would they have done without him?},
  author={Priscilla L. Southwell},
  journal={The Social Science Journal},
  pages={423 - 431}
  • P. Southwell
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • The Social Science Journal
Abstract This research estimates the likely voting behavior of Nader voters if he had not been a candidate in the presidential race. Bivariate analysis of ANES data suggests that Nader voters fit the profile of likely voters and have a distinct preference for Democratic candidates. We utilize multinomial logit analysis to include the possibility of abstention as well as the option of voting for Gore, Bush, or another third-party candidate. The results suggest that Nader voters closely resembled… Expand
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