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Figures 1.1. Impressions of the main parties among Mexico City voters, 1997 6 1.2. What was the reason you voted for . . . ? (2000) 8 1.3. What was the reason you voted for . . . ? (2006) 10 1.4. Poll of polls, 2012 15 1.5. What was the reason you voted for . . . ? (2012) 17 3.1. Parties’ yearly public subsidy 69 4.1. Agree or disagree: When the PRI controlled the government, the . . . 92 4.2. Evaluations of unified government under the PRI 94 4.3. Predicted probability of voting for the PRI by retrospective evaluations of policy making under the dominant-party system 95 4.4. Changes in the probability of supporting the PRI in the 2012 elections 98 5.1. Observed percentages in favor of a liberal stance on twenty-six different statist–liberal survey questions, 1988–2012 113 5.2. Liberal policy mood in Mexico, 1994–2012 115 5.3. Vote-revealed rightism in four presidential elections 120 5.4. Mexican policy mood and vote-revealed rightism in four presidential elections 121 6.1. Campaign effects in Mexico’s presidential elections, 2000–2012 140 6.2. The strongest campaign effects by partisan group and total (as a percent of the electorate), 2000–2012 143 7.1. Territorial distribution of party strength 161 10.1. Vote choice for president 233 This page intentionally left blank ...

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ISBN
9781421415550
Related ISBN
9781421415543
MARC Record
OCLC
899212335
Pages
304
Launched on MUSE
2015-02-03
Language
English
Open Access
No
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