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Issue Salience, Issue Ownership and Issue-based Vote Choice: Evidence from Canada
Unformatted Document Text:  24 Income: A ten-point scale running from 0 (lowest income category) to 1 (highest income category) (cpsm16 and cpsm16a). Catholic: Coded 1 if respondent is Catholic, 0 otherwise (cpsm10). Region: A set of dummy variables are created to represent the four major regional divisions in Canada (from the original variable province). Atlantic includes the provinces of Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Quebec stands for the province of Quebec, and West includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon Territory. The reserve category is Ontario. Party Identification: One dummy variable has been created for each party (from cpsk1, cpsk2, cpsk3). Each variable takes the value of 1 when the respondent has a very strong or a fairly strong identification with the party, and 0 otherwise.

Authors: Bélanger, Éric. and Meguid, Bonnie.
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Income: A ten-point scale running from 0 (lowest income category) to 1 (highest income
category) (cpsm16 and cpsm16a).

Catholic
: Coded 1 if respondent is Catholic, 0 otherwise (cpsm10).

Region:
A set of dummy variables are created to represent the four major regional divisions in
Canada (from the original variable province). Atlantic includes the provinces of
Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Quebec
stands for the province of Quebec, and West includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan,
Alberta, British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon Territory. The
reserve category is Ontario.

Party Identification
: One dummy variable has been created for each party (from cpsk1,
cpsk2, cpsk3). Each variable takes the value of 1 when the respondent has a very
strong or a fairly strong identification with the party, and 0 otherwise.



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