Voting Behaviour in Singapore : A Preliminary Investigation from a Multi-Attribute Attitudinal Perspective
The multi-attribute attitude model is employed to study voter behaviour in Singapore. Specifically, a set of beliefs of the personal attributes of political candidates considered important to voters was examined. Results indicated that such beliefs did predict voters' affective evaluation and intention to vote for a typical political candidate reasonably well. Implications of the findings are discussed and suggestions for future research provided.
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Asia Pacific Journal of Management
Leong, S. M.; TAN, Chin Tiong; and Wong, K C.
Voting Behaviour in Singapore : A Preliminary Investigation from a Multi-Attribute Attitudinal Perspective. (1989). Asia Pacific Journal of Management. 6, (2), 293-305. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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