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Tables 1. Estimation of Voter Evaluations of Direct Democracy 47 2. Estimation of Negative Voting by Ballot Length 48 3. Estimation of Negative Voting on Individual Propositions, California, 1982-94: Predicated by Percentage Undecided Prior to Election 49 4. A Sample of Referenda and Initiative Subjects in California General Elections 51 5. Estimation of Drop-off from Top of Ballot (Abstention) and Percentage Voting "No" on Propositions, California, 1974-88 53 6. Differences in Utilization of Information Sources, California Voters 57 7. The Effects of Cues on Opinions 60 8. Estimation of Number of Times Respondent Claimed that Elite Endorsement Would Not Influence Vote on Ballot Issue 63 9. Correlation between Strength of Voter's Partisanship and Direction of Impact of Elite Endorsement 64 lO. Estimation of Use of Economic Evaluations as Cues: Opinion Data 73 11. Estimated Effects of Economic Conditions on Negative Voting, California Ballot Measures, 1974-92: All Propositions and Propositions with Economic Content 77 12. Estimated Effects of Economic Conditions on Negative Voting, California Ballot Measures, 1974-92: Bond Measures and Propositions Lacking Economic Content 78 13. Estimated Effects of Economic Conditions on Negative Voting: Michigan Ballot Measures, 1948-90 80 14. OLS and GLS Estimates of Effects of Economic Conditions on Aggregate "No" Votes, California and Michigan 81 15. Aggregate Indicators of Voter Self-Interest on Prohibition Propositions 90 16. Aggregate Indicators of Voter Self-Interest and California's Proposition 13 92 x Tables 17. Self-Interest and Individual-Level Support for School Voucher Propositions 98 18. Self-Interest and Individual-Level Support for Tax Rule Change Propositions 100 19. Self-Interest and Individual-Level Support for Sales Tax Propositions 101 20. Self-Interest and Individual-Level Support for California's Proposition 13 (1978) 104 21. Spending Proposed under Proposition 70 112 22. Support for a Distributive Logroll: California's Proposition 70 (1988) 115 23. County Vote on Proposition 70, by County Spending 117 24. Geography and Vote on the Oregon Fish Initiatives 123 25. Economic Activity and Voting on the Oregon Fish Initiatives 126 26. Voting Intentions in California Term-Limit Contests: Proposition 131, August 17-October 30, 1990 136 27. Voting Intentions in California Term-Limit Contests: Proposition 140, August 17-0ctober 30, 1990 138 28. Estimations of Support for California's Term-Limitation Initiative Proposition 140 141 29. Relationship between Campaign Spending and Awareness of Ballot Initiatives: California, 1984-90 152 30. Campaign Spending on Television Media and Support for Contested Ballot Initiatives 157 31. Correlation of County Vote Share with Local Media Spending 160 ...

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ISBN
9780472023349
Related ISBN
9780472087150
MARC Record
OCLC
665834046
Pages
216
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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