Changes in Voting Behavior Along Partisan Lines Due to Extreme Weather Events Linked to Climate Change
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Master of Science (MS)
This paper investigates the relationship between extreme weather events linked to climate change and partisan voting behavior. Looking at House of Representative and Senate elections in the US between 2000-2018 and comparing them to extreme damages from droughts, flooding, tropical cyclones, and fire. Ultimately, we do not find a stable relationship between weather damages and partisan voting behavior.
Brinkerhoff, Daniel, "Changes in Voting Behavior Along Partisan Lines Due to Extreme Weather Events Linked to Climate Change" (2022). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 8402.
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