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2000
Norrander, Barbara . The multi-layered impact of public opinion on capital punishment implementation in the American states. Political Research Quarterly. 53, (4), 771-793.
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1996
Wright, Gerald C. NES and the Forgetful Respondent: Assessing Some Aspects of Response Quality. NES Research and Development Conference on Congressional Elections. Chicago, IL.
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1995
Shields, Todd G.,  Goidel, Robert K.,  Tadlock, Barry . The net impact of media exposure on individual voting decision in U.S. Senate and House elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 20, (3), 415-430.
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1998
Burden, Barry C.,  Kimball, David C. A new approach to the study of ticket splitting. American Political Science Review. 92, (3), 533-544.
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2004
Hug, Simon . Occurrence and Policy Consequences of Referendums: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Evidence. Journal of Theoretical Politics. 16, (3), 321-356.
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1992
Gronke, Paul W. Overreporting the Vote in the 1988 Senate Election Study: A Response to Wright. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 17, 113-129.
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1994
Jacobson, Gary C.,  Rivers, Douglas . Overreport of Vote for House Incumbents in NES Surveys. ANES Pilot Study Reports. Ann Arbor, MI: American National Election Studies.
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2004
Moon, Woojin . Party Activists, Campaign Resources and Candidate Position Taking: Theory, Tests and Applications. British Journal of Political Science. 34, (4), 611-633.
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2000
Burden, Barry C.,  Greene, Steven . Party attachments and state election laws. Political Research Quarterly. 53, (1), 63-76.
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2000
Burden, Barry C.,  Greene, Steven . Party attachments and state election laws . Political Research Quarterly. 53, (1), 63-76.
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1997
Frymer, Paul,  Kim, Thomas M.,  Bimes, Terri L. Party elites, ideological voters, and divided party government. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 22, (2), 195-216.
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2000
Born, Richard . Policy-balancing models and the split-ticket voter, 1972-1996 . American Politics Quarterly. 28, (2), 131-162.
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2007
Aldrich, John,  Merolla, Jennifer,  Kramer, Claire . The Political Consequences of Economic Globalization: Public Opinion and Senate Roll Call Voting on Trade and Social Welfare Liberalization. annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Chicago, IL.
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1994
Gronke, Paul W. A Pooled Approach to the Study of Senate and House Elections. annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, IL.
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2003
Jones, David R. Position Taking and Position Avoidance in the U.S. Senate. Journal of Politics. 65, (3), 851-863.
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1999
Grofman, Bernard N.,  Merrill, Samuel, III,  Brunell, Thomas,  Koetzle, William . The potential electoral disadvantage of a catch-all party: Ideological variance among Republicans and Democrats in the 50 U.S. states. Party Politics. 5, (2), 199-210.
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1994
Wattier, Mark J.,  Daynes, Byron W.,  Tatalovich, Raymond . Presidential Elections and Abortion, 1972-1992: Evaluating the Single-Issue Voting Thesis. annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association. Albuquerque, NM.
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1990
Miller, Arthur H. Public judgments of Senate and House candidates. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 15, (4), 525-542.
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1989
Miller, Arthur H. Public Judgments of Senatorial Candidates. Conference on Electing the Senate. Houston, TX.
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1999
Norrander, Barbara,  Wilcox, Clyde . Public Opinion and Policymaking in the States: The Case of Post-Roe Abortion Policy. Policy Studies Journal. 27, (4), 707-722.
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1994
Norrander, Barbara . Public Opinion and Public Policy: The Case of Capital Punishment. annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, IL.
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1999
Haider-Markel, Donald P. Redistributing values in Congress: Interest group influence under sub-optimal conditions. Political Research Quarterly. 52, (1), 113-144.
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1996
Jones, Bradford S.,  Norrander, Barbara . The reliability of aggregated public opinion measures. American Journal of Political Science. 40, (1), 295-309.
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1995
O'Connor, Robert E.,  Berkman, Michael P. Religious Determinants of State Abortion Policy. Social Science Quarterly. 76, (2), 447-459.
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1992
Wright, Gerald C. Reported versus Actual Vote: There Is a Difference and It Matters. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 17, 131-142.
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