Tennessee Government and Politics: Democracy in the Volunteer State
In this chapter, we examine the party identifications and ideological orientations of Tennesseans from 1989 through 1996, as revealed through survey research. We also look at Tennesseans' positions on several issues of public policy that have been salient in state politics during this period. Our intent is to isolate any trends in the partisan and ideological character of the state while examining citizens' positions on key issues.
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Vanderbilt University Press
Place of Publication
Scheb, John M. II; Lyons, William; and Neeley, Grant W., "Trends in Public Opinion, 1989-1996" (1998). Political Science Faculty Publications. 77.