Opposition parties now have a better chance to get out their messages and more confidence that voter choices will be respected.
This theory of voter choice became known as the Michigan model.
This would all change under the so-called voter choice and open primary measures in California and Washington.
Krosnick has also combined his studies in global warming and voter choice through two studies.
Major parties have put together combined slates to reduce voter choice to a minimum.
The idea is to break the political-ideological stalemate in Washington and establish greater responsibility as a basis for voter choice.
State election laws should promote, not limit, voter choice.
Thus some libertarians felt that Miller should have been a better advocate for greater voter choice.
This "none of the above" voter choice defeated even many powerful party figures, including the party chief in Leningrad.
The Michigan Model is a theory of voter choice, based primarily on sociological and party identification factors.