Is it always the economy, or do external issues sometimes matter,
too? Consistent with the Clinton campaign slogan of 1992, political
scientists generally predict that domestic economic issues are primary
in determining election winners. This proposition, with its several
variants, rests on many years of survey data and analysis that
have consistently indicated that international conditions and foreign
policy rarely, if ever, rate highly in public concerns and therefore
seldom affect election outcomes.
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