Popular Control of Public Policy: A Quantitative Approach

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The quality of government is oftenmeasured by the degree of congruence between policy choices and public opinion, but there is not an accepted method for calculating congruence. This paper offers a new approach to measuring policy-opinion congruence, and uses it to study 10 high-profile issues across the 50 states. For the issues examined, states chose the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Matsusaka2009PopularCO, title={Popular Control of Public Policy: A Quantitative Approach}, author={John G. Matsusaka and Arthur W. Lupia and MathewMcCubbins and Jaffer Qamar}, year={2009} }