Voting Preferences and the Environment in the American Electorate

@inproceedings{Guber2003VotingPA,
  title={Voting Preferences and the Environment in the American Electorate},
  author={D Guber},
  year={2003}
}
Despite evidence of a growing environmental consensus in the United States, students of electoral politics have long debated the political signiŽ cance of environmentalism by noting the near absence of this issue from national political campaigns. Unfortunately, with only limited survey data available in the past, the few studies to address environmental voting did more to report a deŽ ciency than to explain why it should be the case. In this study I use 1996 National Election Study (NES) data… CONTINUE READING

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