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voting, elections, homeownership, politics, economics, political economy, schools, census
In this paper, I draw on data from King County Elections and the U.S. Census Bureau's American Communities survey in an attempt to assess the predictions of the "homevoter hypothesis", which posits that homeowners tend to support policy measures that will boost their home values and oppose policy measures that could be perceived as a threat to their home values.
Morfitt, Carter Fredrick, "Voting Your (Home)values: an Empirical Assessment of Homeownership and Voting Patterns in Seattle" (2021). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 502.
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