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2007 Survey of the Performance of American Elections

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Show simple item record Hall, Thad Alvarez, R. Michael Lenz, Gabriel Berinsky, Adam Ansolabehere, Stephen Stewart, Charles, III 2009-11-25T14:58:56Z 2009-11-25T14:58:56Z 2009-11-25T14:58:56Z
dc.description.abstract The 2007 Survey of the Performance of American Elections studied experiences with election administration during the 2007 gubernatorial elections in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi. This study was a pilot for the 2008 Survey of the Performance of American Elections. The questionnaire asks a series of questions about the experience voters had when they voted in the 2007 gubernatorial elections in these three states. The survey sample included an Internet study of 250 registered voters in each state and a parallel telephone study of another 250 registered voters. The total sample size of the study was 1,500. en
dc.description.sponsorship Pew Center on the States; JEHT Foundation en
dc.subject Louisiana en
dc.subject Mississippi en
dc.subject Kentucky en
dc.subject voting technology en
dc.subject voter turnout en
dc.subject voter identification en
dc.subject election reform en
dc.subject election administration en
dc.subject absentee voting en
dc.subject elections en
dc.title 2007 Survey of the Performance of American Elections en
dc.type Dataset en

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