Models of Voting in Presidential Elections
The 2000 U.S. Election
Edited by Herbert F. Weisberg and Clyde Wilcox

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Table of Contents for Models of Voting in Presidential Elections

Table of Contents for Models of Voting in Presidential Elections

 

1.      The Puzzle of the Missing Landslide, by Clyde Wilcox and Herbert F. Weisberg

 

Part I. Attitudinal Models

 

2.      The Succession Presidential Election of 2000: The Battle of the Legacies, by Herbert F. Weisberg and Timothy G. Hill

 

3.      Bush v. Gore: The Recount of Economic Voting, by Helmut Norpoth

 

4.      View of the Voters, by John H. Kessel

 

5.      The Effects of Campaign Finance Attitudes on Turnout and Vote Choice in the 200 Elections, by Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, J. Tobin Grant, and Thomas J. Rudolph

 

6.      Ideology in the 200 Election: A Study in Ambivalence, by William G. Jacoby

 

Part II. Group Voting Models

 

7.      Partisanship, Party Coalitions, and Group Support, 1952-2000, by Harold W. Stanley and Richard G. Niemi

 

8.      The Enduring Gender Gap, by Kristin Kanthak and Barbara Norrander

 

Part III. Beyond the Two-Party Presidential Vote

 

9.      A Decline in Ticket Splitting and the Increasing Salience of Party Labels, by David C. Kimball

 

10.  The Half-Hearted Rise: Voter Turnout in the 2000 Election, by Steven E. Finkel and Paul Freedman

 

11.  Minor Parties in the 2000 Presidential Election, by Barry C. Burden

 

Appendix: Chronology of the 2000 Presidential Campaign, by Barry C. Burden

 

Notes

References

Index