By Everett C. Ladd
This article examines info from surveys of public attitudes to evaluate people's perspectives concerning the government's position in lowering source of revenue alterations among the wealthy and terrible.
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In such an environment, it is never possible for the lobbyist to disclose the exact state of the policy environment. , that ‘‘y ¼ 1:36’’), then he always has an incentive to exaggerate. The requirement that all statements be credible limits the detail that can be communicated in any lobbying report. 2 About This Book 25 ranges of values. The end points of these ranges are determined endogenously, so that the lobbyist is indifferent between reporting the higher range and the lower range when y falls on the boundary between two ranges.
Rather, we consider outcomes that can arise in elections with distinguishable groups of voters who share similar preferences on some issues. We are interested in the reasons why certain groups (demographic, socioeconomic, religious, or other types) fare especially well in electoral politics while others do not. Our benchmark equilibrium is one in which the policies maximize the welfare of the average (or perhaps the median) voter. The ﬁrst part of Chapter 3 deals with voter participation. Obviously, election-seeking political parties and candidates will cater more to groups whose members are more likely to turn up at the polls.
Rather, enforcement of a voting norm is more likely to come at the level of a social or interest group, where members share a common interest in having their colleagues turn out to vote, and where they also have an opportunity to observe violations of the norm and to impose penalties. If group norms are the basis for voter participation, then turnout should be highest in groups that are best able to enforce the norms. Frequent interaction among group members facilitates enforcement of a norm, both because individuals are more likely to know whether a fellow member has voted—and, if not, whether he has a valid reason for failing to do so—and also because there are more opportunities to reward those who conform to the norm and punish those who do not.