2 edition of exploratory study of individual decisions to vote found in the catalog.
exploratory study of individual decisions to vote
1981 by Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham in [Birmingham] .
Written in English
Cover title : Decision to vote.
|Other titles||Decision to vote.|
|Statement||Chris Skelcher and Neil Collins.|
|Contributions||Collins, Neil., University of Birmingham. Institute of Local Government Studies.|
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The data show that % of those who favored reinstatement pointed to the retributive aspects of the death penalty, 15% felt that the death penalty had a deterrent effect, 5% thought the death penalty would increase public safety, and % cited the financial cost involved in housing convicted murderers for the rest of their lives as the Cited by: 2.
This exploratory study represents an initial step towards measuring the "use-fulness" of municipal accounting infor-mation with respect to voter decisions in mayoral elections.1 As such, it provides a test of a prime objective of municipal accounting, as specified by the AAA I Decision usefulness, as used in this paper, refers to.
The focus of this exploratory study was to describe and analyse the Facebook and Twitter content associated with three United States national nursing organizations—the American Nurses Association, the American Academy of Nursing, and National Nurses United, during the month preceding the United States Presidential : Ashley Waddell.
In the election for President of the United States, the Electoral College is the body whose members vote to elect the President directly. Each state sends a number of delegates equal to its total number of representatives and senators in Congress; all but two states (Nebraska and Maine) assign electors pledged to the candidate that wins the state's plurality vote.
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With respect to how strategic decisions are made in co-ops, Table 4 shows that a majority (around 75%) of the firms either use some type of majority voting or consensus formation. 13 Of the firms indicating that they had zero managers or supervisors, all of them indicated that decisions were either made with a majority vote of 51% or more or Author: Thomas E.
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