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    Title: 從美國總統選舉的人口結構改變及性別差距看兩黨政治結盟的變化
    Other Titles: 人口構造の変化及び男女差からみた米国総統選挙をめぐる二大政党の政治基盤の変化
    Authors: 嚴震生
    Yen, Chen-shen
    Contributors: 政治系
    Keywords: Re-aligning Election;Electoral Lock;Gender Gap;Coalition of Minorities
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-09-18 17:37:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Barack Obama won re-election despite having to deal with a stagnating economy and a record high unemployment rate. The election result is a repudiation of the argument that the economy usually dominates and determines the presidential election. What the result of 2012 Presidential election reveals is that the electoral college system, demographic change, and gender gap are the main reasons that the Democratic Party candidate was victorious. The Democratic Party now enjoys advantage among the minorities, women, youth, liberals and supporters of gay rights. Asian Americans who used to vote 70% for the Republicans are now voting 70% for the Democrats, leading to a change within the party coalition. We can even claim that last year’s presidential election is a re-aligning election for Asian Americans.
    Relation: 問題與研究(日文), 42(1), 75-102
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[政治學系] 期刊論文

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