Most of our estimates of the positions of the median voters
are taken from the Eurobarometer surveys, which use a scale that ranges from 1 to 10.
The positive influence of STUD on the desired value of manufacturing property is likely due to median voters
with public-school children displaying a stronger desire to decrease their property tax price through increased manufacturing property.
The median voters
in all states preferred allowing smoking in some areas for bars, and they all preferred no smoking at all for hospitals, indoor sporting events, and malls.
or budget maximizers: Evidence from school expenditure referenda.
Indeed, the key implication of Inman's study is that it is the median voters
already residing within districts, not recently arriving upper-income consumers, who drive local school budgets on Long Island.
These two voters might be the median voters
in larger coalitions of voters, each of which is a party's constituency.
For presidents, the median voter
is the median of median voters
, almost by definition more moderate than median voters
in districts throughout the country.
This study investigates how US governors use grants from the federal government to pursue their own policy interests to provide benefits to their core constituents, appeal to median voters
, and improve their party's electoral success.
Turning millennials into a generation of libertarian median voters
means winning the battle of ideas.
The reasoning is as follows: If House members face positive adjustment costs, then their positions (and thus my proxy for voter preferences) will move less than one point for each one point change in the preferences of the median voters
Moreover, authoritarians have a shorter time horizon and then they tend to be less risk adverse than median voters
of the democratic regime.
district design on the representation of district-level median voters