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ArtikelBlack Candidates, Roll-Off, and the Black Vote  
Oleh: Harris, Jamie M. ; Zipp, John F.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Urban Affairs Review vol. 34 no. 3 (Jan. 1999), page 489-498.
Topik: racial differences in roll-off; ballot noncompletion; black voter roll-off; Milwaukee
Fulltext: 489UAR343.pdf (37.24KB)
Isi artikelPrevious research on racial differences in roll-off (ballot noncompletion) has shown that black voter roll-off is responsive to the relative size of the black electorate and the salience of the election to black voters. The authors examine racial differences in roll-off in 1996 Milwaukee County elections and attempt to explain why black voter roll-off is appreciably lower thanwould be expected given the relative size of the black electorate. By comparing findings from Milwaukee to other cities, the authors present a possible explanation that examines how the institutional context may condition mobilization factors.
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