[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0452898]
A/Prof Clive Bean
Dr Rachel Gibson
Professor Clive Bean
Brief description The 2004 Australian Election Study Survey: The Decline of Political Parties? Long renowned for the stability of its political party system, Australia is finally experiencing a sustained challenge to the dominance of the major parties, which is reflected in an increasing preference by voters for minor parties and independent candidates. This project will examine the implications of these developments by conducting a public-use, national sample survey of voters at the next federal election, likely to be held in 2004. The outcomes generated by the project will enhance academic and community understanding of the nature of the changing partisan climate within the Australian electorate.
Funding Amount $62,471
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects
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