Emergence of a Republican New England: Economic Perception as a Predictor of Voting in the Gubernatorial and Congressional Elections

Whipple, Alec D.


  • Abstract: New England has been a solidly Democratic region for the past few decades, but the one major exception to this rule has been the region’s propensity to elect Republican governors. This paper analyzes the role economic perception plays in the split between New England voters’ choices for governors and congressmen. The two questions this thesis aims to answer are “What are the factors ... read more
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