Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Party preference

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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Psychological characteristics Views Values Political values Party preference
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Party preference,
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Authors Title / Source Year Cummins, R.A.; Eckersley, R.; Lo, S.K.; Okerstrom, E. Australian Unity Wellbeing Index. Survey 7, Report 7.0. The Wellbeing of Australians. The Effect of Work.
Australian Center on Quality of Life, 2003, Melbourne, Australia.
Taylor, P.; Craighill, P.; Funk, C. Are We Happy Yet?
PEW Research Center, A Social Trends Report, 2006, Washington DC, USA
Taylor, P. Republicans: Still Happy Campers.
PEW Research Center, 2008, Washington DC, USA
Tsutsui, Y.; Kimball, M.S.; Ohtake, F. Koizumi carried the day: Did the Japanese election results make people happy or unhappy?
Discussion Paper no. 695, 2007,The \Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University, Japan
Mendes, E. Republicans' Life Ratings Plunge, Democrats' Improve.
The Gallup Organization, 2012, New York, USA
Tavits, M. Representation, Corruption, and Subjective Well-Being.
Comparative Political Studies, 2008, Vol. 1607 - 1630
Liberini, F.; Proto, E.; Redoano, M. Happy Voters.
Journal of Public Economics, 2014, Vol. 146, 41 - 57
Tsutsui, Y.; Ohtake, F.; Yamane, S. Why Are Cabinet Supporters Happy?
ISER Discussion Paper, 2015, No. 923, 1 - 24, Osake University, Japan
Witters, D.; Newport, F. Black Democrats' Life Ratings Slip in Obama's Second Term.
Gallup, 2015, 1 - 5
Gray, D.; Munford, L.A.; Pickard, H. Election Outcomes and Individual Well-being: Evidence from British Panel Data
Working Paper, 2018, Sheffield Economic Research Paper Series, Nr. 2018018
Burton, C.M.; Peterson, J.B.; Plaks, J.E. Why Do Conservatives Report Being Happier Than Liberals? The Contribution of Neuroticism
Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 2015, Vol. 3, 89 - 102