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Political Parties Who is a Republican? Who is a Democrat?
Factors affecting party ID? Ideology Education Income Occupation Race/Ethnicity Gender Religion
Factors affecting party ID? Cont. Family Tradition Region of the Country Marital Status
Recent Voting Patterns Elections of 2000 and 2004
Northeast States Union Blue Collar Rust Belt
Southern States Sun Belt Bible Belt
Midwest States Split
Great Plains Whats the Matter with Kansas?
Mountain States Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, etc.
West Coast Environment, Immigration etc.
Men NASCAR Dads Farmers Business Leaders White Collar
Women Soccer Moms are exception
African American Overwhelmingly Democratic Reasons?
Hispanics Catholics=Dem Pro-Life=Rep Cuban=Rep Immigration=Dem
Protestants North=Democratic Southern Evangelical=Republic an
Catholic North=Democratic Hispanic Churches=Growing GOP
Jewish Pro-Israel Separation of Church and State
Non-religious Separation of Church and State
Wealthy Taxation Policy
Poor, Urban Taxation Policy Social Welfare Programs
Suburban, Rural More middle class, family values, less taxes
Political Beliefs and Behaviors American political ideology.
Voter Behavior Chapter 6 Section 4.
Political Socialization Part 1. What is political socialization? The learning process by which people acquire their opinions, beliefs, and values. The.
Political Socialization Unit 6. Political Socialization What is it? Process of developing political values and beliefs Where does the process begin?
VOTER BEHAVIOR. idiotes—those that did not vote or otherwise take part in public life millions of Americans don’t vote!
Voters and Voter Behavior
VOTING BEHAVIOUR. Long-term determinants of voting behaviour Partisanship Between Republicans were dominant party. They dominated every region.
Review What is a random sample? What is saliency?
Voting Behaviour The US electorate tends to be divided by religion, ethnicity, race and region. These are much more important in explaining voting patterns.
Voting Behavior in US Presidential Elections A Graphical Story Sören Holmberg Department of Political Science University of Gothenburg December 2008.
VOTING BEHAVIOR. FAMILY Tremendous influence upon the way one votes. 80% of the populace votes the same way as their parents do.
5 Public Opinion. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved What is Public Opinion? Sources of political attitudes: Family, religion,
Chapter 5: Political Parties. Typical Republican Fewer government programs = less government spending= smaller influence of government.
The party battle through history Party breakdown in the House.
How People Voted The Election of Clearly Communicated Learning Objectives Understand the decision making process for why people vote as they do.
Voting Behavior II. Campaigns in Voting Theories VotersRole of Campaigns IgnorantTo manipulate.
Elections and Voting It’s not just a right!.
Factors That Influence Political Attitudes
The widely-shared beliefs, values, and norms that citizens share about their government.
The American Political Landscape: Demographics and political predispositions 1.Sectionalism 2.Race/Ethnicity 3.Gender 4.Income 5.Education.
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