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Data This chapter uses the campaign finance dataset discussed in the introduction. It is divided into two datasets: the first contains 112 general elections featuring an incumbent, and the second contains 146 general election candidates for open seats. Together, they cover all elections from 1980 to 1996 in all fifty states for which data are available. As a group, the general election challengers to incumbents have had a high level of previous political experience. Five percent held federal office, 28 percent had statewide experience, 30 percent were from the state legislatures, 10 percent were former governors, and 10 percent held city or local office.
We speak of them as if we knew of them. ” Only a few projects have attempted to understand whether issues affect election outcomes by analyzing individual-level surveys, and none have used aggregate data. ” Cook, Jelen, and Wilcox (1994) analyzed exit polls in ten states and found that abortion was a significant predictor of vote choice in nine. In addition, Howell and Sims (1993) analyzed survey data on Louisiana voters. They found that the abortion issue’s influence could not be easily generalized, as it depended on specific electoral and contextual factors.
2 presents the results for the basic Jacobson model. This simple model suggests that incumbent spending does not play a role in gubernatorial outcomes but that challenger spending does. As such, the results fall in line with Jacobson’s findings for congressional elections. 2 shows the results for the Patterson (1982) version of the Jacobson model and suggests that incumbent spending is not helpful for the incumbent. 47 Observations 112 112 112 Note: Cells contain coefficients with standard errors in parentheses.
Electing America's Governors: The Politics of Executive Elections by D. Leal