Political Choice in Britain

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2.1 Confirmatory factor analyses of party leader images 31
3.1 Class voting, 1964 and 2001 42
3.2 Average scores on nationalization-privatization scales, 1987-97 54
3.3 Average scores on increase taxes and services versus reduce taxes and services scales, 1987-2001 55
3.4 Voting behaviour and proximity of parties to voter on reduce taxation versus increase services scale, 1987 56
3.5 Party best able to manage the economy, 1964-91 62
3.6 Models of Conservative, Labour, and Liberal (Democrat) voting, 1966, 1992, 1997 66
3.7 Annual and pooled models of party support, 1992-2001 71
4.1 Most important election issue in 2001 general election and party best able to handle it 90
4.2 Logit models of the effects of social class on voting in the 2001 general election 96
4.3 Logit models of the effects of socio-demographic characteristics on voting in the 2001 general election 98
4.4 Rival models of Labour versus other party voting in the 2001 general election 99
4.5 Rival logit models of Conservative voting in the 2001 general election 101
4.6 Rival logit models of Liberal Democrat voting in the 2001 general election 102
4.7 Goodness-of-fit statistics for rival models of electoral choice 104
4.8 Encompassing tests, rival models of voting for Labour versus other parties 106
4.9 Encompassing tests, rival models of voting for the Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, or other parties 107
4.10 Binomial and multinomial logit models of voting in the 2001 general election, composite specification 109
4.11 Tests of party leader effects on voting 117
4.12 Factors affecting feelings about party leaders 119
5.1 Spatial and temporal dimensions of the 2001 general election campaign 135
5.2 Changes in turnout and Labour vote share between 1997 and 2001 by marginality of seats captured by Labour in 1997 140

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  • Political Choice in Britain iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Figures xiv
  • List of Tables xvii
  • Appendix a 2001 Bes Data Used in This Book 329
  • References 345
  • Name Index 363
  • Subject Index 367
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