U.S. Independent Voters: 2016 Presidential Election

U.S. Independent Voters: 2016 Presidential Election

Looking for a degree in Politics! Directions: Analyze the voting behavior of the American Electorate in the United States (U.S.) Presidential Elections and synchronize nonpartisan voters and their voting attitudes that make them willingly unidentified with the two major political parties. Moreover, pay particular attention to Independent voter attitudes and characteristics with an overview of the historical and anomalous perspective of the “Independent voter” perspective. Be sure to place a primary focus on the historical voting patterns of American Independent voters in the United States and explore what factors contribute to Independent voting choice, specifically in the 2016 Presidential Election. Here is a general thesis: (If you would like to improve, please let’s discuss first.) To what extent do factors shape the voting behavior on the increasing rise of American Independent voter choice and voter turnout in the 2016 United States Presidential Election and by extension, how do independents differ in part from the two major partisan ties of the Democratic and Republican parties? Lastly, I have a list of peer-reviewed sources which should make this work easier. 🙂 Please include the following: cover-page, 12 pt Times New Roman Font, Chicago-style footnotes and bibliography (Both cover page and bibliography not included in page count.) DEADLINES: The first 10 pages partial draft, due Oct 30th 2016. Then, Nov 6th, another 10 pages, 20 pages total. Nov 13th, another 10 pages, 30 pages and finally Nov 20th,2016 final deadline for full 35 pages.