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Abramowitz, Alan. 2008. "Generation Gap." Pp. online.

Andreas, Gary J. and Michael McKenna. 2003. "Republicans and presidential races ; What the GOP needs to win in 2004." Pp. A19 in The Washington Times. Washington D.C.

Andres, Gary. 2008. "Andres: Off-center? The Independent voter is partisan." in Washington Times Online.

—. 2008. "Dissecting the youth vote; Can Republicans get a second look." Pp. A21 in Washington Times.

—. 2009. "The GOP'S Best Weapon in 2010." in The Salt Lake Tribune.

—. 2009. "Targeting the Doubting Thomas Vote; The least pious among us are the fastest growing group in the country." in The Weekly Standard.

Anonymous. 1986. "Face Up to Angry Dog." Pp. 2 in Chicago Tribune. Chicago, IL: Chicago Tribune.

—. 1991. "American political system is in crisis, Washington Post-ABC poll says." in Agence France Presse -- English. France: Agence France Presse.

—. 1991. "Impact of Racism In Politics Assessed / Study of ex-Klansman's Louisiana campaign; [FINAL Edition]." Pp. D.6 in San Francisco Chronicle. SanFrancisco, CA: San Francisco Chronicle.

—. 1992. "The Troubled Parties." Pp. a.10 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1997. "Finding a Moral Compass; the Public Challenges Politicians to Meld Goodness and Greatness." Pp. 1C in Portland Press Herald. Portland, ME: Guy Gannett Communications, Inc.

—. 1999. "Is there a crisis?" in The Economist, U.S. Edition: The Economist Newspaper Ltd.

—. 1999. "Politics brief: Is there a crisis?" Pp. 49-50 in The Economist, vol. 352.

—. 1999. "Yawns Aside, Voters Do Care." Pp. 8 in Christian Science Monitor. Boston, MA: The Christian Science Publishing Society.

—. 2000. "Antipathy Toward Religious Conservatives." in Roll Call. Washington, D.C.: Roll Call, Inc.

—. 2000. "Conventions Still Play Important Role." Pp. 31 in Chicago Sun-Times.

—. 2000. "Heretical Thoughts About Independent Voters." in The Economist.

—. 2000. "Last-Minute, Undecided Voters Not Uncommon." in The Examiner. Muskegon MI.

—. 2000. "Some Voters Just Take Their Time." in The Associated Press.

—. 2004. "The Almost Adults: The Lost Voters." Pp. B05 in The Washington Post. Washington D.C.

—. 2004. "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy." Pp. 4-9 in Canada and the World Backgrounder, vol. 70.

—. 2004. "Deciding or dividing? Stark choices face US voters in the first election since 9/11." Pp. 9 in Townsville Bulletin. Townsville, Queensland, Australia: Townsville Bulletin.

—. 2004. "Republicans better not think Kerry is a Dukakis throwback." Pp. 1 in Oakland Tribune. Oakland, CA: Oakland Tribune.

—. 2004. "Snapshot of American electorate." Pp. 37 in Malay Mail. Kuala Lumpur: Malay Mail.

—. 2004. "US electorate at a glance." in Agence France Presse -- English. France: Agence France Presse.

—. 2004. "US electorate at a glance." in Agence France Presse -- English: Agence France Presse.

—. 2005. "DEMOQUOTES ; DEMOCRATIC PLAYERS ENDEAVOR TO DETERMINE PARTY'S DIRECTION." Pp. A.11 in Richmond Times - Dispatch. Richmond, VA: Richmond Times - Dispatch.

—. 2011. "In Government We Mistrust." in The Wall Street Journal.

—. 2011. "In Government We Mistrust." Pp. 13 in The Wall Street Journal Asia.

Baer, Kenneth S. 2004. "The Middle Misread." in The Washington Post.

—. 2004. "This Democrat is no Dukakis throwback;

The prospective presidential nominee can present himself as the head of a party changed hugely by the Clinton years." Pp. A58 in Newsday. New York.

Baldauf, Scott. 1998. "Youths Strive to Serve Despite Ambivalence About Clinton." Pp. 3 in The Christian Science Monitor.

Balz, Dan and Richard Morin. 1991. "A Tide of Pessimism and Political Powerlessness Rises." Pp. A1 in The Washington Post: The Washington Post.

Barr, Stephen. 2001. "Turning the Spotlight on the Good Guys in Government." Pp. B02 in The Washington Post: The Washington Post.

—. 2002. "Study Undercuts Popular Notions About Bureaucrats and Spending." Pp. B02 in The Washington Post: The Washington Post.

Bartels, Larry M. 2003. "Commentary; GOP Always Falls Down on the Jobs." Pp. B.15 in Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, CA: Lost Angeles Times.

—. 2003. "GOP Always Falls Down on the Job." in The Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles Times.

—. 2008. "Op-Ed Contributor: Who's Bitter Now?" in The New York Times. New York.

—. 2008. "Who's Bitter Now?" in The New York Times. New York.

Bates, Karl Leif. 1996. "Negative political ads are drilled into voters' minds in 15-second sound bites." in The Detroit News.

Baxter, Tom. 2000. "Though Eyes on Bush, Sideshow Merit Look." in The Atlantic Journal and Constitution.

Bebitch, Sherry. 1996. "Politics: Why State's New Budget Almost Arrived on Time." Pp. 1 in Los Angeles Times.

Benedetto, Richard. 2000. "Low Voter Turnout Expected Despite Records in Republican Primary Elections This Year." Pp. 15A in USA Today.

Bennett, Drake. 2004. "Who Votes (and Who Cares) Commentators Love to Complain about the Apathetic American Voter, but Does Low Turnout Really Matter?" Pp. D1 in Boston Globe. Boston, MA.

Benoit, William L. 2004. "Banish Electoral College and educate more voters." Pp. 8.A in Journal - Gazette. Ft. Wayne, IN: Journal - Gazette.

—. 2004. "Let's abolish the Electoral College." Pp. A40 in Newsday. New York: Newsday, Inc.

Bibo, Terry. 2004. "Polarized Politics Not for Everyone." Pp. B1 in Journal Star. Peoria, IL.

Bismarck, N.D. 2000. "Some Question "Panel Poll" Technique But Others Say It Tracks Change." in The Associated Press State and Local Wire.

Bloch, Jessica. 2004. "To All Singles: Get Out and Vote." in Bangor Daily News. Bangor, ME.

Bowman, Karlyn and Andrew Rugg. 2011. "As boomers age, they get conservative." in Herald. Glasgow, Scotland.

—. 2011. "As the baby boomers turn, so do the parties." in Tulsa World.

—. 2011. "As the boomers turn." Pp. 17 in Los Angeles Times.

Bowman, Karlyn H. 1996. "Surveys Take the Pulse of the Political Party Convention Delegates." in Roll Call.

—. 1996. "When People Make Up Their Minds About Their Presidential Vote." in Roll Call.

—. 1998. "Trust in Government: What the Numbers." in Roll Call.

Broder, David S. and Thomas B. Edsall. 1986. "Young Voters Sharply Polarized." Pp. A10 in The Washington Post.

Broder, David S. and Richard Morin. 1998. "Struggle Over New Standards: Impeachment Reveals Nation's Changing Standards." Pp. A01 in Washington Post: The Washington Post Company.

Brooks, Arthur C. 2006. "Extreme Makeover." Pp. A22 in Wall Street Journal. New York, NY.

Brosnan, James W. 2000. "Maybe America Should Pick its Leaders Syrian-Style." Pp. A7 in The Commercial Appeal. Memphis, TN: The Commercial Appeal.

Brownstein, Ronald. 1996. "Clinton's Target Audience: Married, With Children." Pp. 1 in Los Angeles Times.

—. 2006. "How the South Rose Again." Pp. 51 in The American Prospect.

—. 2011. "In 2012, Obama May Need a New Coalition." in National Journal.

—. 2011. "The Stained Glass Divide." in The National Journal Online.

Burris, Jennifer. 2001. "Political Volunteering Isn't Popular." Pp. 8A in Capital Times. Madison WI.

Butler, Kevin. 2000. "The Gender Gap Nobody Talks About: Men's Estrangement From Democrats." Pp. 22 in Investor's Business Daily.

Cahill, Sean. 2003. "A Milestone for Gay Marriage." Pp. 20 in The New York Times: The New York Times Company.

Callaghan, Peter. 2000. "A Vote From the Heart Counts the Same as a Vote From the Head." Pp. B1 in The News Tribune. Tacoma.

—. 2003. "Politicians Should Look in the Mirror to See Why Trust is Low." Pp. B01 in The News Tribune. Tacoma, WA.

Calvo, Dana. 2000. "Catholic Voters are Having a Hard Time Getting Off the Fence." Pp. A-16 in The Los Angeles Times: The Times Mirror Company.

Campanelli, Melissa. 1998. "Americans Rate Postal Service as the Top Federal Agency, Study Finds." Pp. 3 in DM News.

Campbell, Angus. 1957. "Who Really Switched in the Last Election?" Pp. 62-67 in U.S. News & World Report.

Campbell, Don. 2003. "'Maybe' now prevails in presidential surveys." Pp. 15A in USA Today: Gannett Company, Inc.

Cave, Damien. 2010. "Young Voters Say They Feel Abandoned." Pp. 12 in The New York Times.

Clymer, Adam. 1983. "Gap Between Sexes in Voting Seen as Outlasting Recession." Pp. 24 in New York Times. New York: New York Times.

—. 1983. "Influence of Political Action Groups Disputed." Pp. 25 in New York Times.

—. 1983. "Poll Shows a Married-Single Gap in Last Election." in The New York Times.

—. 1984. "Americans in Poll View Government More Confidently; But Postelection Inquiry Also Finds Most Think Reagan Will Ask Rise in Taxes Increase in Confidence Found in Poll." Pp. A1 in New York Times. New York: New York Times.

—. 1992. "Watergate's Shadow Lies Across the Land." Pp. 126 in The New York Times. New York: The New York Times.

Cohen, Jon. 2007. "Independents: Who and How Many?" in The Washington Post Online.

Cohen, Patricia. 2009. "Field Study: Just How Relevant Is Political Science?" Pp. 1 in The New York Times.

Cohen, Robert. 2000. "Large Group of Undecideds Signals Erosion of Party Identification." in Newhouse News Service.

Condon Jr., George E. 2000. "United by exile, hopeful behind Bush, GOP ready to open convention." in Copley News Service.

Connell, Mike. 2012. "County voters show independent streak." in Times Herald. Port Huron, MI.

Cook, Charles E. 1997. "Declining Loyalty And Changing Attitudes Put Parties on Equal Footing." in Roll Call: Roll Call, Inc.

Crummy, Karen E. 2004. "The 2004 Vote Colorado Views Election Day may be independents' day Bush, Kerry wooing unaffiliated in state With Colorado polarized between the two parties, the presidential race will likely turn on who can win more undecided voters." Pp. A-01 in The Denver Post: The Denver Post.

Currie, Duncan. 2009. "America's "Post-Partisan" Era Just A Dream." in CBS News Online.

Davis, Anna. 1996. "Bad timing, sour voters spoil Dole's tax-cut tactic." Pp. 1A in The Commercial Appeal. Memphis, TN: The Commercial Appeal.

Dickman, Sharon. 2003. "Voters' Trust Not Tied to Campaign Finance Laws, Researchers Say." in AScribe Newswire: AScribe Inc.

Dinan, Stephen. 2011. "Academics' papers take dim view of tea partyers; 'Racial resentment' claimed in studies." Pp. 1 in Washington Times.

Dine, Philip. 1996. "Welfare Issue Drives a Wedge Between Clinton, Labor." Pp. 8D in St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Dionne, E.J. 1997. "Dead Certainties: Sometimes our assumptions prove false." Pp. 13A in The Dallas Morning News.

—. 1997. "Political Assumptions Wrong?" Pp. 8A in The Montgomery Advertiser.

Dionne, Jr., E.J. 1996. "Mandate for Moderation - Or Myth?" Pp. A31 in The Washington Post: The Washington Post Company.

—. 1997. "Academics of politics." Pp. B-07 in The Denver Post. Denver, CO: The Denver Post Corporation.

—. 1997. "Ideas the Professors Junk." Pp. A23 in The Washington Post.

—. 1997. "Political Surprises it Turns Out the Conventional Wisdom Is Not So Wise." Pp. A.15 in Pittsburgh Post - Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA: Pittsburgh Post - Gazette.

Dobbin, Muriel. 1993. "Charisma: Ike ranks at the top; Kennedy scores below Nixon PEOPLE: A study argues that a charismatic president is one who gives the public what it wants when it wants it." Pp. a.34 in Orange County Register. Santa Ana, CA: Orange County Register.

Downs, Andrew. 2012. "Early voting comes with both pitfalls and benefits." Pp. A.18 in Indianapolis Star. Indianapolis, Indiana: Gannett Co., Inc.

Edsall, Thomas B. 1985. "New Politics Of Rich Man, Poor Man; The New Politics of Rich Man, Poor Man." Pp. C1 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1986. "Money Paves Way for GOP; Fund-Raising Woes Shifting to Democrats GOP Rakes In Campaign Money, While Democrats Scramble for It." Pp. A1 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1989. "The 1980s: Political Earthquake or a Blip?; Scholars Debate Magnitude and Significance of Voters' Trend Toward GOP." Pp. 4 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1989. "Black, Jewish Leaders Fail to Close Political Rifts;

Divisive Chicago Mayoral Election Is Focus of Tension at New Orleans Conference." Pp. A6 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1989. "Bush Ascends Minus Solid Base; Unlike Reagan, the new president assumes office without the security of a Republican Party on the rise." Pp. F10 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1994. "Religious Activity Tied to Party Loyalty;

Role as a Political Predictor Is Similar to That of Race or Income, Research Indicates." Pp. A8 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1995. "At Elderly Gathering, Warm Feelings for Democratic Party Cool Quickly." Pp. A8 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1995. "Pollsters View Gender Gap as Political Fixture; White Men Heed GOP Call; Women Lean to Democrats." Pp. A01 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 2000. "Gore Lagging Badly Among White Men." Pp. A01 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.

—. 2001. "Census a Clarion Call for Democrats." Pp. A05 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 2001. "Census a Clarion Call for Democrats, GOP;

As Nation Changes, Parties Are Warned They Need New Tactics to Woo Voters." Pp. A05 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

Edsall, Thomas Byrne. 2012. "Perils of America's deep political rift." Pp. 6 in The Washington Post.

—. 2012. "Political poles apart." Pp. 11 in Australian Financial Review.

Elsner, Alan. 1996. "U.S. presidential race will freeze for Olympics." in Reuters, Limited.

Etzioni, Amitai. 2003. "The message - not the messenger - is Democrats' problem." Pp. 9 in Christian Science Monitor. Boston, MA: The Christian Science Publishing Society.

Eversley, Melanie and Angel Wilson. 2000. "Poll Says Gore May Top Clinton on Black Vote." in Cox News Service.

Falsani, Cathleen. 2004. "From 'The Passion' to The Purpose-Driven Life, superficial God-talk in the public square is being replaced by complex -- and equally public -- conversations about faith." Pp. 16: Chicago Sum-Times.

Fournier, Ron. 2004. "Catholic voters fickle Bush, Kerry split bloc wary of liberals, also Iraq war." Pp. 2.A in Advocate. Baton Rouge, LA: Advocate.

Franklin, Mark N. 1997. "Are American Voters Choosing a Divided Government?" Pp. B7 in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Freedman, Paul. 2003. "Partial Victory." in Slate Magazine.

Fritz, Sara. 2000. "Scripted Insignificance." in St. Petersburg Times.

Fulani, Lenora B. 1996. "White Independents and Blacks Need Each Other." Pp. 19 in The Christian Science Monitor.

Galston, William A. and Pietro S. Nivola. 2008. "Vote Like Thy Neighbor." in The New York Times. New York.

Gamerman, Ellen. 2008. "When Voters Lie." in The Wall Street Journal.

Gardner, Dan. 2005. "Triumphalism masks reality: A divided U.S.: As he savours his inauguration, George W. Bush must realize that his re-election was far less decisive than Republicans care to admit, Dan Gardner writes." Pp. A1 in The Ottawa Citizen: The Ottawa Citizen.

Gay, Verne. 1996. "Is Walter Cronkite The Last Trustworthy Man In America?" Pp. 8 in Los Angeles Times.

Gilbert, Craig. 2008. "Keys to the Oval Office." in McClatchy - Tribune Business News. Washington.

Glick, Caroline B. 2012. "A prayer for 5772." Pp. 24 in Jerusalem Post.

Gottlieb, Stuart. 2012. "Sunday Dialogue: How We Decide When to Go to War." Pp. 2 in The New York Times.

Greeley, Andrew. 1997. "Challenging the Myth of a Polarized Society." Pp. D6 in The Stuart News/Port St. Lucie News.

—. 2004. "The Abortion Issue Has Little, if Any, Effect on the Catholic Vote; Few are swayed by a candidate's pro-choice policy." Pp. 13 in Los Angeles Times: The Times Mirror Company.

—. 2004. "At election time, Catholics separate religion and politics." Pp. A.13 in The Morning Call. Allentown, PA: The Morning Call.

—. 2004. "Don't overestimate impact of Catholic anti-abortion vote." in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin: Journal Sentinel Inc.

Grier, Peter. 2000. " McCain's Bid: Grand New Party." Pp. 1 in The Christian Science Monitor: The Christian Science Publishing Company.

—. 2002. "If everyone voted, results would be... the same?" Pp. 1 in The Christian Science Monitor: The Christian Science Publishing Society.

Gzedit. 2003. "Change: GOP trouble ahead?" Pp. 4.A in The Charleston Gazette. Charleston, WV: The Charleston Gazette.

Harper, Jennifer. 2011. "Inside the Beltway." Pp. 2 in Washington Times.

Harwood, John. 2000. "Finish Line: Bush and Gore Take The Presidential Race Down to the Wire --- Voters Who Were Undecided Swing to the Democrat; A Nail-Biter in Florida --- The Prize: Narrow Mandate." in The Wall Street Journal. New York, NY: Wall Street Journal.

—. 2000. "McCain Gains as Identification With Parties Weakens." in The Wall Street Journal. New York: Wall Street Journal.

Haussler, Alexa. 2000. "VOTING VIA THE MAILBOX ON THE RISE ABSENTEE BALLOT USAGE SETS RECORD." Pp. N.3 in Daily News. Los Angeles, CA: Daily News.

Hines, Cragg. 1996. "Tape may rekindle doubts about trust: Clinton Whitewater testimony could affect presidential race." Pp. 1 in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Ho, David. 2000. "More than 2 million ballots nationwide not counted toward presidency." in The Associated Press State and Local Wire: The Associated Press.

Holan, Angie Drobnic. 2012. "A Majority of Americans are Conservative, Marco Rubio Says." in Tampa Bay Times.

Huffington, Arianna. 1999. "THE THIRD-WHEEL PARTIES OF A TWO-PARTY SYSTEM." Pp. 017 in The New York Post. New York, NY: The New York Post.

Huffstutter, P.J. 2004. "The Nation; Illinois Takes On Its Culture of Scandal; The state tries to legislate ethics with training for government workers at all levels.;." Pp. A.24 in Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Times.

International, United Press. 2009. "As parents moms lean left, dads lean right." in UPI Newstrack: United Press International.

Irwin, Julie. 1998. "Most young adults are ambivalent on abortion: Open talks haven't brought consensus." Pp. A16 in The Cincinnati Equirer.

Jacobs, John. 1995. "Affirmative Action: Fact & Myth." Pp. FO.4 in The Sacramento Bee. Sacramento, CA: The Sacramento Bee.

—. 1995. "Stiffest opposition to affirmative action is angry white myth." Pp. B.5 in The Fresno Bee. Fresno, CA: The Fresno Bee.

Javers, Eamon, Daniel Lathrop, Liz Oliner, Robert Schlesinger, and David R. Segal. 1998. "CYNICAL? US?" Pp. 14 in The Hill. Washington, D.C.: Capitol Hill Publishing Corp.

Johnson, Haynes and Thomas B. Edsall. 1984. "Will the Next President Owe His Election to Women?" Pp. 11 in The Washington Post.

Kagay, Michael R. 1991. "Rise in G.O.P. Loyalty Now Ebbing, Poll Finds." Pp. 32 in New York Times. New York, NY: New York Times.

Keeter, Scott and Michael X. Delli Carpini. 1996. "Gender Gap Shows in Political Scores." Pp. G1 in The Orlando Sentinel.

Kenworthly, Ken. 2000. "Some Census workers feeling the heat of hostility, suspicion 'People feel that somebody out there is watching'." Pp. 04A in USA Today.

Kidder, Rushworth. 1997. "Finding a Moral Compass: The Public Challenges Politicans to Meld Goodness and Greatness." Pp. 1C in Portland Press.

King, Anthony. 2001. "Dull, thinning, unshaven - but he might be another Baldwin." Pp. 16 in The Daily Telegraph. London: Telegraph Group Limited.

Krueger, Alan B. 2003. "Connecting the dots from tax cuts for the wealthy to loss of benefits." in New York Times. New York, NY.

Ladd, Jr., Everett C. and Karlyn H. Bowman. 1999. "The nation says no to class warfare." Pp. 24-6 in USA Today. New York, NY: USA Today.

Lafferty, Mike. 2004. "Bullets and Ballots: Cop-show viewers see crime among top issues, research shows." Pp. 06A in The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio: Columbus Dispatch.

Langer, Gary. 2002. "Trust in Government." Pp. 7 in The Public Perspective.

LaPolt, Alisa. 2002. "Senior citizens splitting voting bloc." Pp. 1 in Gannett News Service: Gannett News Service.

Lauter, David. 2012. "CAMPAIGN 2012; The election's crucial wild card; Oft-misunderstood swing voters come in many shades of political gray." Pp. 1 in Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, California.

—. 2012. "CAMPAIGN 2012; The election's crucial wild card; Oft-misunderstood swing voters come in many shades of political gray." Pp. 1 in Los Angeles Times.

Leahy, Michael. 2012. "The Most Important Political Connection." Pp. 1 in The Washington Post. Washington D.C.

Lee, Rotan E. 2002. "Moving towards a Democratic majority." Pp. 7A in Philadelphia Tribune. Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia Tribune.

Levin-Waldman, Oren M. 1997. "WORKERS STILL NEED A VOICE." Pp. 9.B in The Plain Dealer. Cleveland, OH: The Plain Dealer.

Luke, Peter. 2000. "In politics, what's changed the most is voter attitudes." Pp. B7 in The Ann Arbor News. Ann Arbor.

—. 2000. "Most voters will tune out convention - But attitudes have not changed that much since 1960, a survey shows." Pp. A27 in The Grand Rapids Press. Grand Rapids, MI: The Grand Rapids Press.

Lyons, Michael S. and II Scheb, John M. 1998. "Building a firewall: Bill Clinton's amazing performance ratings: What's going on here?" Pp. F1 in Knoxville News-Sentinel.

Mackler, Peter. 2004. "Kerry, Bush battle over superheated, divided landscape." in Agence France Presse: Agence France Presse.

Marcus, Ruth. 2012. "Color the Democrats purple." Pp. 7 in Buffalo News.

—. 2012. "An ideological gulf: Color the Democrats purple." Pp. 6 in Tulsa World.

—. 2012. "Why the Democrats don't win." Pp. 15 in The Washington Post.

—. 2012. "Why the Democrats don't win." Pp. A15 in The Washington Post.

Marelius, John. 2001. "Government gets vote of confidence." Pp. A-1 in The San Diego Union-Tribune: The San Diego Union-Tribune.

Marx, Claude R. 1996. "Can Dole Climb out of the Hole?" Pp. A1 in Investor's Business Daily.

Mattingly, Terry. 2003. "Politicos look closely at nonbelievers' answers." Pp. E.3 in News Sentinel. Knoxville, TN: News Sentinel.

—. 2004. "A Crucial, Untold Political Story." Pp. E3 in News Sentinel. Knoxville, TN.

McClanahan, E. Thomas. 2004. "Bring back days of lazy voters." Pp. 1 in Knight Ridder Tribune News Service. Washington: Knight Ridder Tribune News Service.

McMullen, Cary. 2003. "TRICKY ISSUES WITH RIGHT, LEFT; BELIEFS." Pp. D1 in The Ledger. Lakeland, FL: The Ledger.

McNary, Sharon. 2005. "Latina activist has minority view on immigration // VOLUNTEER ; She blames undocumented residents for causing the state's economic woes." Pp. A.14 in The Press-Enterprise. Riverside, CA: The Press-Enterprise.

McNeilly, Linden. 2005. "Following the road: Sanctuary at Garfield Park Christian Church Challenges Fundamentalism." in Santa Cruz Sentinel.

Mebane, Jr., Walter R. 2004. "Ideological Differences." Pp. 20 in The New York Times. New York.

Medvic, Stephen K. 1998. "Virginia Campaign: The Case for Proportional Representation." Pp. B7 in The Virginia-Pilot.

Mellman, Mark S. 2003. "2004 election: It's still the economy, stupid." Pp. 18 in The Hill. Washington, D.C.: Capitol Hill Publishing Corp.

—. 2004. "Mind the marriage gap." Pp. 14 in The Hill. Washington, D.C.: Capitol Hill Publishing Corp.

Merida, Kevin. 2000. "Convention Choreography; Sure, It's Rehearsed. But It's What Makes Politics Dance." Pp. C01 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

Mettler, Suzanne. 2005. "When Government Withers." Pp. 9 in The Christian Science Monitor: The Christian Science Publishing Society.

Miller, Arthur H. 1981. "What Mandate? What Realignment?;

The Congress is being steamrollered by a 'consensus' that doesn't exist." Pp. D1 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

Miller, S.A. 2009. "Attitude surveys conflict; 1 sees gain in progressive ideas, another cites a growing middle." Pp. B01 in The Washington Times.

Mink, Eric. 2004. "Exploding the myth of "Deep Divisions"." Pp. D11 in St. Louis Post-Dispatch. St. Louis MO.

Mitchell, Pama. 1995. "Trend Watch; December is a Southern favorite." Pp. 3D in The Atlanta Constitution. Atlanta, GA: The Atlanta Constitution.

Mitofsky, Warren J. and Martin Plissner. 1988. "Low Voter Turnout? Don't Believe It." Pp. A31 in New York Times. New York, NY: New York Times.

Mokrzycki, Mike. 1996. "How and Why the Gender Gap Arose." in The Associated Press.

Monitor, The Christian Science. 1996. "Democrats Courting, but Will Big Labor Swoon?" Pp. 5 in The Christian Science Monitor: The Christian Science Publishing Society.

Moore, David W. 2002. "Just One Question." Pp. 7 in The Public Perspective: The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research.

Morin, Michelle. 1996. "Candidates leave the stump to the surf the 'net." Pp. 1, 9 in The Ann Arbor News.

Morin, Richard. 1990. "The Gloom Boom; Are Voters Really More Cynical Now?" Pp. D1 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1992. "New Faces of the Nonvoter; Many Are Middle Class, Educated, Apathetic." Pp. A1 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 1992. "What Would Happen if Women Ran Country?" Pp. B.3 in Buffalo News. Buffalo, NY: Buffalo News.

—. 1994. "A Look at Banality Of Woodstock Era." Pp. A.6 in San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Chronicle.

—. 1994. "Mind- blowin'." Pp. 6 in The Jerusalem Post.

—. 1994. "'WOODSTOCK GENERATION' DIDN'T INHALE." Pp. 11A in Palm Beach Post. Palm Beach, FL: Palm Beach Newspaper, Inc.

—. 1996. "Baldness may be a benefit, study finds." Pp. 8C in The Dallas Morning News.

—. 1996. "Unconventional Wisdom: New facts and hot stats from the social sciences." Pp. C05 in The Washington Post: The Washington Post Company.

—. 1997. "Ask a stupid question? Some pollsters have." Pp. 8C in The Dallas Morning News.

—. 1997. "Unconventional Wisdom." Pp. C05 in The Washington Post.

—. 1998. "First we'll get to the bad news." Pp. 10C in The Dallas Morning News.

—. 1999. "Unconventional Wisdom: New facts and hot stats from the social sciences." in The Washington Post.

—. 2004. "The Almost Adults; The Lost Voters." Pp. B05 in The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Post.

—. 2004. "Dramatic Influences." in The Washington Post.

Morin, Richard and Claudia Deane. 2000. "Sex in Elections: It's Not What You Think." in The Washington Post. Washington.

Murphy, Daniel J. 2000. "Election Is Going Down To The Wire, So Gore, Bush Fight To Boost Turnout." Pp. 26 in Investor's Business Daily.

Mutch, Robert E. 1996. "By Robert E. Mutch." in Roll Call. Washington, D.C.: Roll Call, Inc.

Newspapers, McClatchy. 2012. "Swing voters diverse, misunderstood and crucial in 2012." Pp. 1 in Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Bozeman, Montana.

Niebuhr, Gustav. 1999. "Religion Journal: Among a Religous Electorate, Overlooked Corners." Pp. 13 in The New York Times.

Nohlgren, Stephen. 2012. "UPHILL BATTLE TO UNSEAT BILIRAKIS: MONEY, PARTISANSHIP AND NAME RECOGNITION HANDICAP CHALLENGERS FOR THE HOUSE SEAT." Pp. Start Page in St. Petersburg Times. Florida.

O'Keefe, Eric and Aaron Steelman. 1997. "Why incumbents yearn for reforms." Pp. B4 in The Washington Times. Washington, D.C.: The Washington Times.

O'Rourke, Lawrence M. 2000. "It's Lights, Cameras, Action: Democrats in Los Angeles Take the Political Stage for the Next Four Days." Pp. 1A in Star Tribune. Minneapolis.

Owens, John E. 1996. "Gingrich's House Has Something in Common With British Parliament." in Roll Call.

Page, Clarence. 2011. "'Swing' voters are still partisan." in Chicago Tribune.

—. 2011. "Taking a look at the independent voter." Pp. A.21 in Orlando Sentinel. Orlando, Florida

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