Immigration Politics and Partisan Realignment: California, Texas, and the 1994 Election

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Authors James E. Monogan, Austin C. Doctor
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Paper Abstract This article demonstrates how the party identification of various demographic groups in California, Texas, and the United States as a whole moved after the gubernatorial campaigns of Pete Wilson and George W. Bush. It presents aggregated time series of Field Poll, Texas Poll, American National Election Study, General Social Survey, and Gallup data. Change point analyses of these data indicate that Wilson harmed the Republican coalition in California and the nation, while Bush helped the Texas Republican party. Further, Bush’s presidency undid much of the harm Wilson brought on the Republican party among Hispanics.
Date of publication 2017
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