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Electoral behavior analysis with an emphasis on the eleventh presidential elections

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Social Science, Garmsar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar, IRAN

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 4, Issue (8), Pages 8-14, August,14 (2015)


This study is done in order to analyze election behavior with an emphasis on the eleventh presidential elections on 14 of June in 2013. Present research is an applied study. Data collection instruments used in the study is questionnaire. To analyze the data obtained from the questionnaires SPSS software was used. In this study, the variables are investigated by using qualitative and quantitative analysis (descriptive and inferential statistics). Statistical population is all of the residents of 1 and 20 regions. 491 sample size was calculated based on Cochran formula. In this study, several results were proposed: i. the family environment has a positive effect on the electoral behavior. ii. There is a relationship between electoral behavior of individuals and their business. iii. There isn't a relationship between electoral behavior and people dependence to the parties or special groups. iv. There is a relationship between the behavior of voters and the programs provide candidates as well as their interests. v. There is a relationship between electoral behavior of voters and their benefits. vi. There is a relationship between electoral behavior of individuals and social conditions, environmental, economic and cultural voters. vii. There is a relationship between electoral behavior and the effectiveness of the advertisements.


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