Divided Government and Electoral Behavior

DIVIDED GOVERNMENT IS the control of the executive and legislative branches of the federal government, by two different parties. Divided government is a consequence of the separation of powers doctrine. This phenomenon may also result when voters cast split-ticket votes for ...

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