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AbstractThe 1970s and 1980s have been a period of flux in Western party systems, with two apparent indicators being the success of rightwing parties and the growth of New Politics issues within electorates. Two theories have been utilized to explain these changes. The first is that they are...
AbstractDuring the rewriting of its program in the early 1980s, the Rassemblement pour la République (RPR) carried out a number of opinion surveys. The person in charge of this was not a member of the inner leadership circle; he warned the party leader, Jacques Chirac, that themes forming a...
AbstractThis study examines the triangular relationship of the press, the president and public opinion about the drug issue in the United States from 1985 to 1990. Agenda-setting theory serves as the theoretical foundation for the ARIMA time-series analysis, which attempts to address who is...
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