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Leadership, Party, and Religion: Explaining Voting Behavior in Indonesia

This case study tests the significance of leadership, party identification, religious orientation, political economy, and sociological and demographic factors in the legislative and presidential choices of voters in the new Indonesian democracy. Data were obtained from four national opinion surveys... Full description

Journal Title: Comparative Political Studies July 2007, Vol.40(7), pp.832-857
Main Author: Liddle, R. William
Other Authors: Mujani, Saiful
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