In this study, Warren E. Miller and J. Merrill Shanks present a comprehensive, authoritative analysis of American voting patterns from 1952 through the early 1990s, with special emphasis on the 1992 election, based on data collected by the National Election Studies. For example, Miller and Shanks reveal that: the loudly trumpeted dealignment of the 1970s and 1980s, along with the decline in voter turnout, was in fact an acute nonalignment and noninvolvement of new cohorts entering the electorate; the social correlates of ...

The New American Voter 1996, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780674608412

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