- Title Pages
- List of Tables and Figures
- Chapter 1 Introduction: Studying Public Opinion the American States
- Chapter 2 Does Familiarity Breed Contempt? Examining the Correlates of State-Level Confidence in the Federal Government
- Chapter 3 State Residency, State Laws, and Public Opinion
- Chapter 4 Mexican-American and Cuban-American Public Opinion: Differences at the State Level?
- Chapter 5 Public Opinion in the States: Determinants of Legislative Job Performance
- Chapter 6 The State Economy, the National Economy, and Gubernatorial Popularity
- Chapter 7 Ideological Cleavage, Political Competition, and Policy Making in the American States
- Chapter 8 The Civil State: Trust, Polarization, and the Quality of State Government
- Chapter 9 Public Opinion and Policy Making in the Culture Wars: Is There a Connection Between Opinion and State Policy on Gay and Lesbian Issues?
- Chapter 10 Citizen Influences on State Policy Priorities: The Interplay of Public Opinion and Interest Groups
- Chapter 11 State-Level Opinions from National Surveys: Poststratification Using Multilevel Logistic Regression
- Chapter 12 Public Opinion in the States: A Quarter Century of Change and Stability
- Chapter 13 Conclusions: Where We Have Been, Where Should We Go
- Public Opinion in State Politics
- Stanford University Press
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