The Triumph of Polarized Partisanship in 2016: Donald Trump’s Improbable Victory
Gary C. Jacobson discusses the reasons Donald Trump’s victory was so improbable, considers why he won anyway, and speculates about what this portends for national politics going forward. He also analyzes the 2016 congressional elections. He finds them, by comparison, uneventful, but with results that confirm the thoroughly partisan, president-centered, and polarized nature of contemporary American electoral politics.
The 2022 Elections: A Test of Democracy’s Resilience and the Referendum Theory of Midterms, Gary C. Jacobson
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Extreme Referendum: Donald Trump and the 2018 Midterm Elections, Gary C. Jacobson
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