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Author: Harold D. Clarke,David Sanders,Marianne C. Stewart,Paul F. Whiteley
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Title: Performance Politics and the British Voter
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (August 31, 2009)
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Performance Politics and the British Voter by Harold D. Clarke,David Sanders,Marianne C. Stewart,Paul F. Whiteley



The core analyses in Performance Politics and the British Voter are based on survey data gathered in the 2005 study. When conducting the BES and related projects, we have benefited from the advice and assistance of a large number of organizations and individuals. We are pleased to have this opportunity to acknowledge their help. The ESRC funded both the 2001 and 2005 BES, as well as the Dynamics of Democracy surveys conducted in Paul Whiteley’s Participation and Democracy programme. The synergies of intellectual sustenance and a pint of Broadside should not be underestimated. Harold D. Clarke David Sanders Marianne C. Stewart Paul F. Whiteley Wivenhoe House. 1. Performance politics and the British voter. In December 1981, Charles Frost was a worried man.

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Given the high stakes and uncertainty involved, voters rely heavily on partisan cues and party leader images as guides to electoral choice. However, the authors argue that the issue agenda of British politics has changed markedly in recent years. A cluster of concerns about crime, immigration and terrorism now mix with perennial economic and public service issues.

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Voter Reactions to the Leaders TV Debate on April 28 th (seen by 28 per cent of respondents). Slide 9. The voting turnout model  Vi pi (B) - Ci + Di  Where:  Vi is the probability of respondent i voting  pi is respondent i’s perceptions of their own pivotality  B are the collective benefits obtained from voting  Ci are the costs of voting  Di is i’s sense of civic duty to vote  (see Riker and Ordeshook, 1968). The Marketing Campaign: The British General Election of 2005Documents. The undecided voters and the economy: Campaign heterogeneity in the 2005 British general electionDocuments. The British General Election of 2005: A Summary. The 2015 British Election StudyDocuments.

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What matters most to voters when they choose their leaders? This book suggests that performance politics is at the heart of contemporary democracy, with voters forming judgments about how well competing parties and leaders perform on important issues. Given the high stakes and uncertainty involved, voters rely heavily on partisan cues and party leader images as guides to electoral choice. However, the authors argue that the issue agenda of British politics has changed markedly in recent years. A cluster of concerns about crime, immigration and terrorism now mix with perennial economic and public service issues. Since voters and parties often share the same positions on these issues, political competition focuses on who can do the best job. This book shows that a model emphasizing flexible partisan attachments, party leader images and judgments of party competence on key issues can explain electoral choice in contemporary Britain.