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Effets de genre, effets de génération ? : Le vote hommes/femmes à l’élection présidentielle 2007

Abstract : At the first ballot of the 2007 presidential election, gender does not appear as a decisive factor of the left/right orientation of the vote. Still, it remains predictable of the vote for the extreme right candidate, Jean-Marie Le Pen. Moreover, the PEF electoral data show that it does exist in France a gender generation gap. Among younger population women tend to prefer the socialist candidate, Ségolène Royal ; on the contrary, among seniors, women (who are dominant in the category) tend to vote more often than men for the UMP’s candidate, Nicolas Sarkozy. By the way, this phenomenon weighted heavy in the final result of this election.
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Mariette Sineau. Effets de genre, effets de génération ? : Le vote hommes/femmes à l’élection présidentielle 2007. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, 2007, 57 (3-4), pp.353 - 369. ⟨10.3917/rfsp.573.0353⟩. ⟨hal-03459605⟩

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