A study of the relationships between the attitudes of Australian voters on party political issues and their voting behaviour at the 1969 Federal election
A common preoccupation of both students and practitioners of politics has for long been the extent to which policy issues are relevant to electoral behaviour in representative systems of government. Although the focus of the debate has shifted over time, political scientists continue to argue whether theories of liberal democracy presuppose that electoral decisions are made on the basis of considered judgements about how a country is to be governed and whether, in fact, people actually...[Show more]
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