The ANES Guide to Public Opinion and Electoral Behavior

Tried to Influence How Others Vote 1952-2016

  '52 '54 '56 '58 '60 '62 '64 '66 '68 '70 '72 '74 '76 '78 '80 '82 '84 '86 '88 '90 '92 '94 '96 '98 '00 '02 '04 '08 '12 '16
No 73
(1239)
** 72
(1264)
83
(1483)
67
(1216)
82
(1050)
69
(992)
78
(999)
67
(903)
73
(1105)
68
(1497)
85
(2151)
63
(1518)
79
(1799)
64
(898)
77
(1086)
68
(1310)
79
(1721)
71
(1261)
83
(1634)
63
(1411)
78
(1395)
72
(1087)
81
(1035)
66
(1014)
71
(935)
52
(552)
55
(1154)
60
(3304)
51
(1859)
Yes 27
(469)
** 28
(498)
17
(301)
33
(612)
18
(237)
31
(455)
22
(287)
33
(443)
27
(400)
32
(692)
15
(372)
37
(882)
21
(492)
36
(508)
23
(316)
32
(629)
21
(451)
29
(513)
17
(342)
37
(843)
22
(392)
28
(416)
19
(245)
34
(530)
29
(382)
48
(509)
45
(957)
40
(2193)
49
(1779)
N 1708 0 1762 1784 1828 1287 1447 1286 1346 1505 2189 2523 2400 2291 1406 1402 1939 2172 1774 1976 2254 1787 1503 1280 1544 1317 1061 2111 5497 3638

Percentage Within Study Year
Table 6B.1.

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Question Text:

"During the campaign, did you talk to any people and try to show them why they should vote for (1984 and later: or against) one of the parties or candidates?"

Percent among demographic groups who responded:

No
Yes

Note:

2012 and 2016 data are for the combined (face-to-face and internet) sample.

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