The Turnout

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  • Author : Megan Abbott
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 352 pages
  • ISBN : 0593084918
  • Rating : 4.5/5 from 4 reviews
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The Turnout

The Turnout
  • Author : Megan Abbott
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 03 August 2021
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An Instant New York Times Bestseller A TODAY Show #ReadWithJenna Book Club Pick New York Times bestselling and award-winning author Megan Abbott's exquisite and disquieting new novel, “dark and juicy and tinged with horror” (The New York Times Books Review), set against the hothouse of a family-run ballet studio. With their long necks and matching buns and pink tights, Dara and Marie Durant have been dancers since they can remember. Growing up, they were homeschooled and trained by their glamorous

The Turnout Gap

The Turnout Gap
  • Author : Bernard L. Fraga
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 01 November 2018
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In The Turnout Gap, Bernard L. Fraga offers the most comprehensive analysis to date of the causes and consequences of racial and ethnic disparities in voter turnout. Examining voting for Whites, African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans from the 1800s to the present, Fraga documents persistent gaps in turnout and shows that elections are increasingly unrepresentative of the wishes of all Americans. These gaps persist not because of socioeconomics or voter suppression, but because minority voters have limited influence in

The Turnout Myth

The Turnout Myth
  • Author : Daron Shaw,John Petrocik
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 07 January 2020
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When voter turnout is high, Democrats have an advantage--or so the truism goes. But, it is true? In The Turnout Myth, Daron Shaw and John Petrocik refute the widely held convention that high voter participation benefits Democrats while low involvement helps Republicans. The authors examine over 50 years of presidential, gubernatorial, Senatorial, and House election data to show that there is no consistent partisan effect associated with voter turnout in national elections. Instead, less-engaged citizens' responses to short-term forces-candidate appeal, issues,

Beyond the Turnout Paradox

Beyond the Turnout Paradox
  • Author : Luis Fernando Medina Sierra
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 10 February 2018
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​This Brief uses game-theoretic analysis to debunk the turnout paradox and offers an alternative economic model to elucidate the patterns behind the socioeconomic bias in turnout. The author argues that the turnout paradox—the idea that rational, strategic actors would not vote in an election—is an overstated problem, and that, contrary to widespread belief, game-theoretic models of elections with highly realistic parameters are compatible with high turnout. The author applies the method of stability sets to the study of

The Turnout Gap

The Turnout Gap
  • Author : Bernard L. Fraga
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 30 November 2018
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Persistent racial/ethnic gaps in voter turnout produce elections that are increasingly unrepresentative of the wishes of all Americans.

Voting in National and European Parliamentary Elections What Determines the Turnout Gap

Voting in National and European Parliamentary Elections  What Determines the Turnout Gap
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 22 September 2021
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Abstract: The European Parliament is the only source of direct legitimacy of the European Union, as it is the only body directly elected by the citizens. Politics within the European Parliament has increasingly grown in importance, as its powers expanded progressively with each European Union treaty. The opposite happened with voter turnout. This paper builds on the idea that the European elections are perceived as less important by the voters' parties and the media, and are in general characterized by

The Turnout Myth

The Turnout Myth
  • Author : Daron Shaw,John Petrocik
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 06 December 2019
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When voter turnout is high, Democrats have an advantage--or so the truism goes. But, it is true? In The Turnout Myth, Daron Shaw and John Petrocik refute the widely held convention that high voter participation benefits Democrats while low involvement helps Republicans. The authors examine over 50 years of presidential, gubernatorial, Senatorial, and House election data to show that there is no consistent partisan effect associated with voter turnout in national elections. Instead, less-engaged citizens' responses to short-term forces-candidate appeal, issues,