Voter Affect and the 2008 U . S . Presidential Election : Hope and Race Mattered

Abstract

American National Election Studies’ (ANES) 2008 national survey data were used to explore the effects of pre-election emotional responses to candidates on presidential vote. Consistent with decades of election study findings, party identification was the most influential predictor of vote choice. Nevertheless, selfreported emotional responses to Barack… (More)

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