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42–43), or generationally linked patterns of partisan loyalty. It is easy to imagine situations in which this partisan loyalty induces a bias in voter choice (Grofman 1987) similar to what Feld & Grofman (1991) posit in the nature of incumbency effects. Adams (2000, 2001a,b; Adams et al. 2004; Merrill & Adams 2001; cf. Lindbeck & Weibull 1993) shows that, when voters prefer the candidate of their own party to that of the other party as long as their own party’s candidate is not substantially further away from them (in policy terms) than is the opposing candidate, such bias can induce policy divergence.
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Annual Review of Political Science (2004, Vol 7) by Margaret Levi (Editor)