Shifting Perspectives: The Effects of Age and Ideology on Black Women's Voting Preferences
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This research looks at Black female voters and evaluating if as age increases, left-leaning preferences decrease. Using data from the Cooperative Congressional Election Study (CCES) I perform an ordered logit analysis using Age as the dependent variable and ideology and party identification as the independent variables. I find that older Black female voters' left leaning preferences are higher than their younger counterparts.
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