Spatial Patterns of Political Choice in the Post-Yeltsin Era: The Electoral Geography of Russia's 2000 Presidential Election
Ralph S. Clem
Florida International University - Department of International Relations
Peter R. Craumer
Florida International University (FIU) - Department of International Relations
Post-Soviet Geography and Economics, No. 7, October-November 2000, and No. 8, December 2000
Two specialists on the electoral geography of post-Soviet Russia analyze spatial voting patterns from the March 2000 Russian presidential election by reference to the underlying socioeconomic traits of Russia?s regions. In an effort to gauge the extent to which regional variations in voter turnout and preferences evident from previous elections persisted into the presidential election, the authors compare the outcome with results of a previous presidential contest (1996) and, where relevant, to the 1999 elections to the State Duma.
JEL Classification: H10, O50, Z10
Date posted: August 2, 2003
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