By E. Naurin
An exploration of even if politicians are appeared to maintain their election gives you. whereas students declare that events act on so much in their election can provide, voters carry the other view. This 'Pledge Puzzle' publications Naurin in her research of the usually spoke of yet no longer empirically investigated, 'conventional knowledge' approximately election grants.
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N Mansergh & Thomson 2007:318; Mansergh 2003:190; Costello & Thomson 2008:247–8. All in all 18 programmes investigated and 1260 pledges tested. The average in the table comes from a calculation of Mansergh & Thomson 2007:318, here adding the results from Costello & Thomson 2008:247–8. Mansergh 2003 and Mansergh & Thomson 2007 investigate the period of 1977–2002. Sixteen programmes or 1143 pledges from governing parties are there tested (Mansergh & Thomson 2007:318 and Mansergh 2003:190). The table thus excludes the opposition parties that the authors also report on.
Definitions of Election Promises in Empirical Research 37 Conclusions This chapter set out to describe the most important common denominators in the definitions that scholars use when they compare parties’ election promises to the actions that parties take after elections. We have seen that scholars’ definitions follow from both their practical delimitations and their theoretical emphasis on the mandate model of representation. Some of the choices that have been discussed here have obvious relevance in a comparison with citizens’ views.
Election Promises in Representative Democratic Theory 21 Two Roles for Election Promises in Accountability Representation Also important to democratic theory, but more seldom discussed, are the roles that election promises have in specifying how representatives can be held accountable for their actions and achievements. Accountability representation is focused on what politicians have done, rather than on what they will do. In this way of regarding representation, the fulfilment of election promises is interesting as a specification of the outcome of politics: have the representatives acted in a responsible manner and achieved what should be expected of them?
Election Promises, Party Behaviour and Voter Perceptions by E. Naurin