A quantitative analysis of turkey's 2011 elections

Aksakalli, V, Tekiner-Mogulkoc, and Koc, M 2011, 'A quantitative analysis of turkey's 2011 elections', Insight Turkey, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 189-198.


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Title A quantitative analysis of turkey's 2011 elections
Author(s) Aksakalli, V
Tekiner-Mogulkoc,
Koc, M
Year 2011
Journal name Insight Turkey
Volume number 13
Issue number 4
Start page 189
End page 198
Total pages 10
Publisher Siyaset Ekonomi ve Toplum Arastirmalari Vakfi
Abstract The changes in Turkey's political landscape over the past decade have been quite dramatic. In this study, we present a quantitative analysis of the 2011 national elections based on clustering techniques and we compare our results with those of the previous elections in 1999, 2002, and 2009. Our results suggest, once again, that Turkish citizens turn out to vote consistently since the1950s. We also investigate significant changes in voting trends of different regions and provinces. We conclude with a future-based qualitative outlook to indicate what the results could be if certain electoral changes are made, such as the law for political parties, a different national threshold for parties to be represented and elected to Parliament, and an eventual new constitution.
Subject Applied Statistics
ISSN 1302-177X
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