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A New Russian Heartland?

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A New Russian Heartland?

Mapping Russia

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Spatial patterns of electoral behaviour provide some incite into the political allegiances of regional electorates and the degree of allegiance to the state government (for example in terms of votes against all candidates and turnout rates). This project has looked at patterns as they relate to the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections and the 1999 and 2003 parliamentary elections. The working paper, "There are republics and then there are republics: Who matters?" looks more closely at such patterns within the 21 ethnic republics.

Presidential Elections
Results of the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections in terms of turnout and votes for Putin, Communist candidates and against all candidates, and changes between the two years in Russia’s 89 federal subjects.

Parliamentary Elections
Results of the 1999 and 2003 Duma elections in terms of turnout and votes for Unity/United Russia, the KPRF and against all candidates, and changes between the two years in Russia’s 89 federal subjects.

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