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Critical Realignments and the Public Opinion Poll
(Cambridge University Press, 1991)
"With the advent of the public opinion poll, politicians began to have access to highly reliable information about the electorate's views on issues. Prior to this development, party leaders could only make educated guesses ...
Electorate's Partisan Evaluations: Evidence of a Continuing Democratic Edge
(Oxford University Press, 1991)
"Scholars have devoted a good deal of attention to studying changes in how the public evaluates the Democratic and Republican parties. However, there have been few attempts to examine the underlying components of the changes ...
Parties and Partisanship: A Brief Introduction
(Springer Verlag, 2002)
The article is an introduction to ten essays which will comprise a three-part special issue of the periodical Political Behavior. The essays are about partisanship in American politics. Geer summarizes the essays' topics ...