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Tables 1.1. Perceptions of the state of the nation, 2012 11 6.1. Effect of the campaigns on candidate vote shares, 2000–2012 138 7.1. Estimated effects of violence on turnout in the 2012 election 168 7.2. Estimated effects of violence on vote choices in the 2012 election 170 8.1. Effects of perceptions of corruption, poverty, and the strength of partisanship on clientelism 188 8.2. Effects of state-level corruption on individual reports of clientelism 193 9.1. Gifts and declared support, 2012 202 9.2. Correlates of clientelism 209 9.3. Correlates of declared support 217 9.4. Correlates of clientelism with declared support 220 10.1. Voting preferences among independent voters 230 10.2. Static analysis of opinion thermometers for the presidential candidates 235 10.3. Dynamic analysis of opinion thermometers for the presidential candidates 237 10.4. #YoSoy132 opinion thermometer models 241 10.5. Media use 246 11.1. Votes cast in presidential and deputy elections for PAN, PRD, and PRI candidates, 2000–2012 253 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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