By Michael Marsh, David M. Farrell, Gail McElroy
"A Conservative Revolution?' examines underlying voter attitudes within the interval 2002-11. Drawing on 3 nationwide election reviews the booklet follows occasion approach evolution and voter behaviour from increase to bust. those information allow an exceptional perception right into a occasion approach and its citizens at a time of significant swap, because the state went via a interval of quick development to turn into one among Europe's wealthiest states in the early twenty-first century to fiscal meltdown in the course of the foreign nice Recession, all of this within the house of a unmarried decade. within the approach, this research explores a number of the well-established norms and traditional wisdoms of Irish electoral behaviour that make it such an attractive case research for comparability with different industrialized democracies."-- Read more...
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Additional info for A conservative revolution? : electoral change in twenty-first-century Ireland
What is striking is how much change there has been. Fianna Fáil and to an even greater extent Fine Gael are now clearly more middle-class parties. Middle-class and self-employed voters are over 10 per cent more likely to vote Fine Gael than their working-class counterparts. Equally, support for the Labour Party has completely shifted. From having 5 It is worth noting that Sinn Féin picks up a quite large percentage of the unemployed vote in this period (slightly under 30%). This advantage among the unemployed remains in 2011, although it is less stark than previously.
Whelan (eds), The Development of Industrial Society in Ireland. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 383–410. Mair, P. (2011). ‘The Election in Context’, in M. Marsh and M. Gallagher (eds), How Ireland Voted 2011. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. , and Weeks, L. (2005). ‘The Party System’, in J. Coakley and M. Gallagher (eds), Politics in the Republic of Ireland. London: Routledge, 135–59. , and Cunningham, K. (2011). ’, in M. Gallagher and M. Marsh (eds), How Ireland Voted, 2011. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
The economy as neutral and those who evaluate them . . as very good is 26 percentage points’ (Marsh et al. 2008: 165). This positive, multivariate result does not have the magnitude of the bivariate result. Also, it may appear rather moderate given the scope of the economic boom. Nevertheless, as the authors ﬁnally conclude: ‘The improved state of the economy undoubtedly helped the government’ (Marsh et al. 2008: 106). Such a conclusion has great importance, given that it comes from the inaugural INES, and given that it comes out of a rigorous testing programme.