The Political Representation of the Poor: A Research Note Using CSES Data

  • Karen Long Jusko
  • Published 2005

Abstract

Studies of the public opinion-policy link argue that policy changes are representative when they reflect aggregate-level changes in public opinion. The opinions of most citizens, however, do not change very much over time. As result, government policy may reflect the changing interests of only a small subset of attentive, informed, and articulate voters… (More)

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