here, I mean the "tribal partisanship
," as Justin Levitt defines it, so endemic to redistricting.
The legislature may of course be partisan, but rigid adherence to partisanship
It develops a typology of partisanship
, and then engages that conceptual structure to assess the various tools by which forms of partisanship
-including the most pernicious portions of the partisan structure-may be addressed.
Therefore one could expect a polarized view of politics ('subjective polarization') behind partisanship
First, he uses both parts of the ANES partisanship
question to construct measures of those with "strong" partisan attachments, those with "weak" attachments, and those who are "leaners.
The role of partisanship
in economic perceptions is substantial, having important analytic implications in the study of macropolitical opinion.
Because compulsory voting would help Democrats and hurt Republicans, Mann and Ornstein's cure for excessive partisanship
is, in all likelihood, doomed by excessive partisanship
Later, when asked by a reporter whether he thought the Fox News Channel, which employs him as host of the "Huckabee" political talk show, contributes to that partisanship
, he said that he thinks Fox's news division is "extraordinarily fair" and that there's a clear division between its news and editorial programming.
What is wrong in this mix, he said, is partisanship
cannot continue on a path of extreme partisanship
, declared broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff during the opening general session of the Congressional City Conference in Washington, D.
Perhaps this explains the decline of democratic and secular political parties, and their adherence to sectarian group loyalty and partisanship
The state of disunion; the regional sources of modern American partisanship