Polarized Politics and the 2004 Congressional and Presidential Elections
Gary C. Jacobson analyzes the results of the 2004 United States House, Senate, and presidential elections, arguing that the Republicans’ gains did not reflect any shift in public sentiments in that party’s favor, but rather were the result of the Republicans’ structural advantages, reinforced by the intense partisan polarization provoked by the Bush administration.
Extreme Referendum: Donald Trump and the 2018 Midterm Elections, Gary C. Jacobson
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