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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54728
Doc. No:TL24682
Call number:‭1464390‬
Main Entry:John H. Siebenmann
Title & Author:Ideology and party in Congressional Iraq War voting patternsJohn H. Siebenmann
College:Iowa State University
Date:2009
Degree:M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:163
Abstract:This thesis examined whether party identity (ID), or the ideological score assigned by Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), was a better predictor of roll-call voting on Iraq War legislation during the 110th Congress in 2007. Party ID and ADA scores were separately correlated with voting outcomes on twenty-two Senate, and twenty-six House votes on Iraq War bills. Though party and ideology both correlated strongly with voting outcomes in cross-tabulation statistics, a test of significance of the difference between two nonindependent correlations revealed ADA scores predominated in all House votes, and nearly half of the Senate votes. While the results add evidence of the increasing ideological homogeneity of parties, the particular attitudes toward military intervention directly challenged by Iraq War policy, and the mixed influence of party and ideology across Senate voting, suggest that prospects for bipartisanship in future intervention issues would depend on the justifications and circumstances of the policy.
Subject:Social sciences; Congress; Foreign policy; Ideology; Iraq War; Party; Voting; Political science; 0615:Political science
Added Entry:J. M. McCormick
Added Entry:Iowa State University