By Michael Marsh, David M. Farrell, Gail McElroy
"A Conservative Revolution?' examines underlying voter attitudes within the interval 2002-11. Drawing on 3 nationwide election stories the publication follows celebration approach evolution and voter behaviour from increase to bust. those information allow an unparalleled perception right into a occasion procedure and its citizens at a time of serious switch, because the kingdom went via a interval of quick development to turn into considered one of Europe's wealthiest states in the early twenty-first century to financial meltdown in the middle of the overseas nice Recession, all of this within the area of a unmarried decade. within the approach, this examine explores some of the well-established norms and traditional wisdoms of Irish electoral behaviour that make it such a fascinating case research for comparability with different industrialized democracies."-- Read more...
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29 Kevin M. Leyden and Michael S. Lewis-Beck The Irish Voter and the Economy: The 2002 Baseline The ﬁrst (2002) INES could have been expected to show that the Fianna Fáil–Progressive Democrat government coalition reaped considerable reward in the face of the ongoing economic boom. It did win but, in the words of The Irish Voter, it was ‘not perhaps such a large victory as might have been expected’ (Marsh et al. 2008: 5). Still, there was clear evidence that the economy mattered for voters. In terms of assessing the major problems of the nation, respondents gave the government much more positive remarks, when compared to the opposition.
Voters on the right of the political spectrum chose Fine Gael, voters on the left chose Labour or Sinn Féin. Conclusion In this chapter, we suggest that the 2011 Irish election witnessed an increase in class-based voting. A catastrophically bad performance by the incumbent catch-all party led to it losing a large fraction of its vote. These defectors were faced with choosing between one of the opposition parties, parties that were offering distinct economic prescriptions in a context in which economic policy was of extraordinary high salience.
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