It marks the moment when the Democratic lead in party identification reaches the magnitude that would be recorded in the National Election Studies for decades to come.
What does NES stand for?
NES stands for National Election Studies
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Drawing on election results, surveys, polls, and data from American National Election Studies surveys, they examine the nomination process; election campaigns; vice presidential selection; voting behavior in the areas of turnout, social groups, issues, presidential performance and retrospective voting, and party loyalties; and outcomes, to see why the Republicans lost the majority, whether Democrats can solidify their majority, and why postwar American politics are so volatile.
Different rounds of National Election Studies have sought to gauge level of people's interest in election campaign.
Second, these papers make use of a variety of data, including old workhorse sources, such as the American National Election Studies and election data, but also data from the National Annenberg Election Study and the 2008 Cooperative Congressional Election Study, as well as data on presidential rhetoric and other presidential preference polls.
95 Paperback JK1967 Originally published in 1960, The American Voter was an analysis of the 1952 and 1956 US presidential elections that explored the correlates of individual voting decisions as revealed in the surveys that are now known as the National Election Studies.