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College Students in the 2004 Election

by Richard Niemi and Michael Hanmer

November 2004

Based on a survey of of 1,200 college students designed by Professor Richard Niemi of
the University of Rochester and Professor Michael Hanmer of Georgetown University. Reports on college students voting choices in the 2004 presidential election.

Download “College Students in the 2004 Election.”

18 Responses to “College Students in the 2004 Election”

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    Yes Professor Richard one of the best professor here given good survey and case study.

  2. Lipolaser Sarasota Says:

    It quite helpful to get to know about student election voting choice.

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    college students have quite considering vote in the 2004 presidential election.

  4. zygorguides Says:

    It is necessary to know the electing attitude of the college students.

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    This is such an excellent post!
    If college students are prohibited from voting, that would be like penalizing them for going to college.

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    Great read, but I’m wondering if 1,200 college students is statistically significant?

  8. Carlisle Post Says:

    That was an interesting survey. Was there ever any follow up to it, or further conclusions drawn? And does the same apply today I wonder..

  9. nerc cip Says:

    I kind of agree with the post above. 12,0000 students might have made for a more accurate study.

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  15. Acai Says:

    Professor Richard Niemi is one of the good professor in University of Rochester who design the students voting elections.

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  18. where should college students vote? « Peter Levine Says:

    [...] A 2004 survey suggested that undergraduates shift from generally registering at home in their freshman year to generally registering in their college towns as seniors. If they should vote where they are most committed and knowledgeable, that is an appropriate trend. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Tell a friend [...]

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