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This paper examines the validity of predominant assumptions about popular support for the welfare state. These presuppositions include the notion that support for the welfare state varies in different types of regimes (be they ‘liberal’ or ‘social democratic’ or ‘conservative’), the idea that...
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's private polling served as a historic turning point in American politics. Roosevelt, faced with a constricting party apparatus and hostile relations with the media and Congress, sought to strengthen the executive branch in order to achieve a measure of...
The present case study discusses some difficulties in applying survey methodology to the observation of elections by international observers. In election missions data collected through observation forms should justify general statements on the freedom and the fairness of the election observed....
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