you cut taxes, increase taxes, or keep taxes as they are? [cut a lot, somewhat, or a little?/increased a lot, somewhat, or a little?]
This chapter was written with the support and indulgence of the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, and its Dean, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, who knows a thing or two about leadership. The data for the chapter come from recent Canadian Election Studies, for two of which, 1988 and 1993, the author was principal investigator. Getting to this point would not have been possible without the help, counsel, and hard work of André Blais, co-investigator on the 1988 and 1993 studies and principal investigator on the 1997 one, and Henry Brady, Jean Crête, Elisabeth Gidengil, Richard Nadeau, and Neil Nevitte, co-investigators on various combinations of these studies. Anthony King's comments on an earlier draft materially improved the chapter. None of these individuals or institutions bears any responsibility for errors of style or interpretation.