Public Opinion in State Politics

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2.1.State-Level Confidence in the Federal Government26
2.2.Modeling State Confidence in the Federal Government31
3.1.The Influence of Demographic Traits and State Residency on Core Attitudes of Party Identification and Ideology42
3.2.The Influence of Demographic Traits, Core Attitudes, and State Residency on Attitudes on Abortion, Abortion Funding, and Parental Consent44
3.3.The Influence of Demographic Traits, Core Attitudes, and State Residency on Attitudes on Capital Punishment and Aid to Blacks45
3.4.The Effect of State Laws, State Residency, Demographic Traits, and Core Attitudes on Public Opinion on Capital Punishment48
4.1.Mexican-American Opinion Variation by State66
4.2.Cuban-American Opinion Variation by State68
5.1.Legislative Professionalism and Job Approval 1990–1991 (with Robust Standard Error Estimation)92
5.2.The Probability of Approving State Legislative Performance for Different Model Specifications and Independent Variable Values93
6.1.Impact of Relative Unemployment on Gubernatorial Popularity112
7.1.State Ideological, Population, Racial, and Partisan Diversity Scores and Ranks, and Group Strength Scores129

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