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Based on extensive data sets from national election studies in nine major democracies, this book brings together leading experts to assess the impact of political leaders on voting patterns. This is the first major book-length treatment of the importance of leaders' personality on the outcome of democratic elections.
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<br>Kees Aarts is holds degrees from the University of Amsterdam (Ba, MA) and Twente (PhD). He is Professor of Political Science at the University of Twente and scientific director of its Institute for Innovation and Governance Studies. <br>Andre Blais holds the Canada Research Chair in Electoral Studies and is affiliated with the Department of Political Science, University of Montreal. He studied at the Universite Laval (Ba) and at York University (MA, PhD) <br>Hermann Schmitt holds degrees from the University of Mannheim (Ba, Hab.), the University of Duisburg (PhD), and the Free University of Berlin (Hab.) He is Professor of Political Science at the University of Mannheim and Research Fellow at its Center for European Studies MZES.<br>
Introduction; 1. Changing Patterns of Political Communication; 2. Party Leader Effects on the Vote; 3. Political Leaders in Westminster Systems; 4. Political Leaders in Proportional Systems; 5. US Party Leaders: Exploring the Meaning of Candidate-Centered Politics; 6. Leader Traits, Leader Image and Vote Choice; 7. Elections as Beauty Contests; 8. Leader Effects and Party Characteristics; 9. Leader Effects and Leader Characteristics; 10. Voter Characteristics and Leader Effects; 11. Pull or Push? Positive and Negative Leader Evaluations and Vote Choice; Conclusion