List of Tables
|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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Book title: Political Choice in Britain.
Contributors: Harold D. Clarke - Author, David Sanders - Author, Marianne C. Stewart - Author, Paul Whiteley - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: xvii.
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