Principal Investigator(s): Katz, Daniel; Eldersveld, Samuel; Kish, Leslie
Summary: This study investigated political activities and attitudes of 77 Republican and 72 Democratic precinct leaders in Wayne County, Michigan. The interviews focused on county-, district-, and precinct-level organization and activities as well as on related perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors of the party leadership toward the party structure at each level. Questions probed the respondents' living experiences before coming to Detroit, and their behavior regarding changes of residence since com... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07107.v1
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