By Michael Marsh, David M. Farrell, Gail McElroy
"A Conservative Revolution?' examines underlying voter attitudes within the interval 2002-11. Drawing on 3 nationwide election reviews the ebook follows social gathering approach evolution and voter behaviour from growth to bust. those info allow an remarkable perception right into a occasion approach and its citizens at a time of serious swap, because the kingdom went via a interval of speedy progress to develop into certainly one of Europe's wealthiest states in the early twenty-first century to fiscal meltdown in the course of the overseas nice Recession, all of this within the area of a unmarried decade. within the method, this learn explores some of the well-established norms and traditional wisdoms of Irish electoral behaviour that make it such an enticing case learn for comparability with different industrialized democracies."-- Read more...
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A classic case of economic voting, in which voters punished those responsible for the obvious decline in their collective fortunes’. This conclusion receives a bit of qualiﬁcation, though, when the magnitude of economic coefﬁcients across these three elections are evaluated. 059 for Fianna Fáil) is largest in 2011, so ‘having its strongest effect in that year’ (Marsh and Mikhaylov 2014: 163, table 3). Besides this relatively large economic voting coefﬁcient, the authors ﬁnd that about 80 per cent of the respondents hold the government as ‘very’ or ‘extremely responsible’ for the crisis (Marsh and Mikhaylov 2014: 162).
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