Economic voting has been blamed for Bush’s loss in 1992, Carter’s loss in 1980, and attributed to Clinton’s win in 1996. I intend to dispel the myths against economic voting by showing that it does occur, and examining the four different manners in which it occurs: retrospective, prospective, pocketbook and sociotropic voting.
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"The Economic Impact upon Modern U.S. Elections,"
University Avenue Undergraduate Journal of Economics: Vol. 3
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