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Campaign Participants and Interest Group Activists: Not So Strange Bedfellows
Unformatted Document Text:  Figure 1. Connections between Party-Based and Group-Based Activity, 1994-1996 Activity for u1 Democratic House Candidate, 1996 .34 .46 Activity for the .47 .11 Democratic House candidate, 1994 .10 Activity for Clinton/Gore, 1996 u2 .17 .13 .21 .12 Activity for Activity for Democratic-oriented Groups, 1994 .45 Democratic-oriented Groups, 1996 u3 Note: These are standardized regression estimated calculated via AMOS 7.0 software; all effects are significant (p < .05). For party-based involvement, activities include telephoning or door-to-door canvassing, clerical work, convincing friends to support a candidate, contributing money, and a separate category labeled “other kinds of activity.” Involvement in interest groups was measured through a checklist that included joining a protest demonstration or strike, convincing others to join the group, paying group dues, attending group meetings, and taking on a leadership role in the group.

Authors: Rapoport, Ronald. and McCann, James.
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Figure 1. Connections between Party-Based and Group-Based Activity, 1994-1996

Activity for
u1
Democratic
House
Candidate,
1996

.34
.46


Activity
for
the
.47
.11
Democratic House candidate, 1994
.10 Activity
for
Clinton/Gore,
1996
u2


.17
.13
.21
.12

Activity for
Activity for
Democratic-oriented Groups, 1994
.45
Democratic-oriented Groups, 1996
u3




Note: These are standardized regression estimated calculated via AMOS 7.0 software; all effects are significant (p < .05). For party-based involvement, activities include
telephoning or door-to-door canvassing, clerical work, convincing friends to support a candidate, contributing money, and a separate category labeled “other kinds of activity.”
Involvement in interest groups was measured through a checklist that included joining a protest demonstration or strike, convincing others to join the group, paying group dues,
attending group meetings, and taking on a leadership role in the group.


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