TITLE

The Coming Congressional Elections

PUB. DATE
May 1942
SOURCE
New Republic;5/18/42, Vol. 106 Issue 20, p668
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the survey conducted by the research firm Gallup Poll Ltd. to show the political trends of the upcoming U.S. Congressional elections. Opinion that a gain of thirty-five Democratic seats in the fall of election would not be satisfactory at a time when more than thirty-five Republicans need to be retired for the betterment of the nation; Analysis of the primary election results leads to the conclusion that the next Congress will be like the present Congress; Effects of the ongoing World War II in the upcoming Congressional elections.
ACCESSION #
14689918

 

Related Articles

  • ELECTION CAMPAIGNS AND OPINION POLLS: BRITISH POLITICAL PARTIES AND THE USE OF PRIVATE POLLS. Kavanagh, Dennis // Parliamentary Affairs;Summer82, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p267 

    The article explores the emergence of private polls as used by British political parties in their election campaigns. The author begins by exploring the development and the role of private polls before 1979 and how these polls were used during the 1979 election. He tackles the three broad types...

  • The Use of Public Opinion Polls by Political Party Organizations. Dexter, Lewis Anthony // Public Opinion Quarterly;Spring54, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p53 

    This article focuses on the use of public opinion polls by political party organizations. Although political organizations make use of published polls, the material is frequently of only limited use to them. This article describes the kind of information which a campaign organization needs,...

  • TELEVISION AND VOTER TURNOUT. Gentzkow, Matthew // Quarterly Journal of Economics;Aug2006, Vol. 121 Issue 3, p931 

    I use variation across markets in the timing of television's introduction to identify its impact on voter turnout. The estimated effect is significantly negative, accounting for between a quarter and a half of the total decline in turnout since the 1950s. I argue that substitution away from...

  • Biz Buzz. Hatfield, David // Inside Tucson Business;10/2/2006, Vol. 16 Issue 16, p4 

    The author reflects on political issues related to the election of House Representative for the Arizona's Eight Congressional District. According to the author, political parties normally see their efforts to win control of the nation as a battle between liberals and conservatives. Results of...

  • Election 2006.  // National Journal;10/21/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 42, p73 

    The article highlights the result of a survey on voter interest to the November 2006 congressional elections in the U.S. A new survey suggests that the current tide of anti-incumbent sentiment will encourage voters to vote this November. A Pew Research Center poll conducted with the Associated...

  • Things Are Looking Up.  // New Republic;5/15/44, Vol. 110 Issue 20, p666 

    Focuses on the forthcoming congressional elections in the U.S. during the World War II. Role of the anti-administration majority in the U.S. Congress; Response of the U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his advisors on the reactionary pressure of their opponents; Information on primary...

  • Things Are Looking Up.  // New Republic;5/15/44, Vol. 110 Issue 20, p666 

    Focuses on the forthcoming congressional elections in the U.S. during the World War II. Role of the anti-administration majority in the U.S. Congress; Response of the U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his advisors on the reactionary pressure of their opponents; Information on primary...

  • Things Are Looking Up.  // New Republic;5/15/44, Vol. 110 Issue 20, p666 

    Focuses on the forthcoming congressional elections in the U.S. during the World War II. Role of the anti-administration majority in the U.S. Congress; Response of the U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his advisors on the reactionary pressure of their opponents; Information on primary...

  • Things Are Looking Up.  // New Republic;5/15/44, Vol. 110 Issue 20, p666 

    Focuses on the forthcoming congressional elections in the U.S. during the World War II. Role of the anti-administration majority in the U.S. Congress; Response of the U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his advisors on the reactionary pressure of their opponents; Information on primary...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics