Election Quality and International Observation 1975-2004: Two New Datasets
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Clean Elections: How has public election funding in Maine and Arizona influenced the behavior of non-candidate political actors? Osborne, Anne (2012-12-07)Maine and Arizona implemented public funding systems for state elections in 2000 with the aim of increasing competition and voter choice, curbing election costs, and reducing the influence of special interest money in elections. ...
Lee, So Yoon (2018-12)This study analyzes the extent to which the media and the public spurred changes in South Korean political parties following the impeachment of Park Geun-Hye. By analyzing the five parties in the subsequent 2017 presidential ...
Bird is the Word: An Assessment of Donald Trump’s Language Use on Twitter in Relation to His Public Opinion Ratings in the 2016 Presidential Election Ruffa, Sloane (2019-03-28)The upset victory of Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election caused many political scientists to theorize how and why this occurred. Literature regarding this election is particularly interesting in the political ...