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“Does Voter Opinion Matter for Foreign Policy Formation?: The Public-Opinion - Foreign Policy Paradox in Germany 1973-2002”

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Much of the literature on policy and public opinion shows that policy change does no occur in a political vacuum. In democracies, elected officials usually need, at minimum, tactic support of their constituencies. Research in the last quarter century in the United States, for example, has demonstrated that, contrary to previous research, a positive relationship between public sentiment and government policy in the US may exist.

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Davis, W. , 2007-01-03 "“Does Voter Opinion Matter for Foreign Policy Formation?: The Public-Opinion - Foreign Policy Paradox in Germany 1973-2002”" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Hotel InterContinental, New Orleans, LA Online <APPLICATION/PDF>. 2013-12-16 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p168473_index.html

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Abstract: Much of the literature on policy and public opinion shows that policy change does no occur in a political vacuum. In democracies, elected officials usually need, at minimum, tactic support of their constituencies. Research in the last quarter century in the United States, for example, has demonstrated that, contrary to previous research, a positive relationship between public sentiment and government policy in the US may exist.

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Does Voter Opinion Matter for Foreign Policy Formation?: The German Public Opinion - Foreign Policy Paradox William Davis Department of Political Science Florida State University Tallahassee FL 32306 wd03@fsu.edu Much of the literature on policy and public opinion shows that policy change does not occur in a political vacuum. In democracies elected officials usually need at minimum tacit support of their constituencies. Research in the last quarter century in the United States for example has demonstrated that contrary to
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