Where are the voters? With research assistance and foreword by Richard Scammon.
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Published by National Press in Washington .
Written in English


  • Voting -- United States

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LC ClassificationsJK1967 F72
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Number of Pages257
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Open LibraryOL17402234M

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Compiled by Alice V. McGillivray and Richard M. Scammon.[v. 1] Harding to Eisenhower, -- [v. 2] Kennedy to Clinton, IUCat These volumes present complete county-by-county presidential election returns, including endnotes that break down third-party vote totals at the state level.A brief section at the back offers results of. A look at the new techniques --Zeroing in on the voter / Joseph Napolitan --Balancing the campaign / F. Clifton White --Taking the voter's pulse / Walter DeVries --What really happened in / Richard M. Scammon --Part III.   America at the Polls, , John F. Kennedy to George W. Bush: A Handbook of American Presidential Election Statistics. by Alice V. McGillivray; Richard M. Scammon; Rhodes Cook Call Number: JKM33 Also includes statistics related to primaries, conventions, polls, voter participation, and the cost of presidential campaigns. Scammon, Richard M. comp. America at the Polls: A Handbook of American Presidential Election Statistics, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press,

The Foreword for this work has been generously prepared by Dr. Robert E. Chaddock. Here it is only necessary to make clear the meaning of terms used in the volume and to thank those who have given assistance during the course of the study. Political prediction is concerned with forecasting the outcome of .   Editor’s Note: This is the first of two columns on James Robenalt’s January Watergate, Roe , Vietnam, and the Month That Changed America Forever. This is a totally collusive two-part series of columns in which I hope to share a few points from a new book written by my friend, Jim Robenalt, a highly successful trial attorney and a partner in the Cleveland-based multi . The basic draft of this book was written during the summers of , , and The manuscript was thoroughly revised during the period, February-August, , and final changes were made in early I am indebted to the National Committee on Government Finance, Brookings Institution, for research support and assistance.   of voter turnout almost since its foundation in , initially to identify the facts. The IDEA voter turnout database has become known and widely respected by researchers and practitioners as the source of world-wide data in the field, and an updated version is in-cluded in this book. Such research is of most value when it is used to.

40 Scammon, and Wattenberg,, The Real Majority, pp. – Moreover, television news shows, documentaries, and other specials, which are generally beyond the direct control of candidates, rank far above television advertising as the most important media influences, at least for the split-ticket voter. Foreword by Richard Easterlin 00 Introduction by Diane Coyle 00 Acknowledgements 00 Executive Summary 00 has gained still more salience after the evidence of voter discontent provided by the European referendum, the Trump victory and Ying for expert research assistance. Nicholas Crafts and Karen Brandon.   Elec tions expert Richard Scammon sees much the same pattern recurring this year, and he sees young voters being only 5 to 10 per cent more liberal (and McGovernish) than their parents.   Zeskind’s book, Blood and Politics: The History of White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream, published by Farrar Straus & Giroux in May is the desk book for any political analyst, editor or reporter who is reporting on the real world. Cong.