Issue Voting in U.S. Senate Elections: The Abortion Issue in 1990
Most studies of Senate elections have used aggregate data to examine the sources of electoral success. These studies have shown that incumbency, challenger quality, and candidate spending are important sources of electoral outcomes. Yet research also suggests that issues matter in Senate elections. In this study, we show that the abortion issue was an important source of vote choice in some of the 1990 Senate elections.
American Politics | Political Science
Cook, E. A.,
Jelen, T. G.,
Issue Voting in U.S. Senate Elections: The Abortion Issue in 1990.
Congress & the Presidency, 21(2),