Spatial variation in the “Muslim vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (replication data)

Susewind R, Dhattiwala R (2014)
Bielefeld University.

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This dataset contains replication data for our paper by the same name first published in Economic & Political Weekly 49(39), 2014. In this paper, we propose to reconcile the controversial debate on Muslim "vote banks" in India by shifting the spatial focus from state-wide assessments to the level of constituencies. At the example of Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh in the 2014 general elections, and using an innovative booth-level ecological inference model, we show that Muslims might indeed vote en bloc for or against certain parties, but they tend to do so in a much more localised way than previously assumed. While public Muslim support for the BJP did not translate into electoral support in most places, there are important exceptions to this trend – and at least in the case of Uttar Pradesh, their support for competing parties followed a fairly complex spatial pattern. We further explore this spatial variation in Muslim vote pattern by looking at the moderating impact of minority concentration, violent communal history, and ethnic co-ordination and conclude with a call for more disaggregated research.
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GIS; India; Elections
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2014
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Susewind R, Dhattiwala R. Spatial variation in the “Muslim vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (replication data). Bielefeld University; 2014.
Susewind, R., & Dhattiwala, R. (2014). Spatial variation in the “Muslim vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (replication data). Bielefeld University. doi:10.4119/unibi/2694082
Susewind, R., and Dhattiwala, R. (2014). Spatial variation in the “Muslim vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (replication data). Bielefeld University.
Susewind, R., & Dhattiwala, R., 2014. Spatial variation in the “Muslim vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (replication data), Bielefeld University.
R. Susewind and R. Dhattiwala, Spatial variation in the “Muslim vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (replication data), Bielefeld University, 2014.
Susewind, R., Dhattiwala, R.: Spatial variation in the “Muslim vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (replication data). Bielefeld University (2014).
Susewind, Raphael, and Dhattiwala, Raheel. Spatial variation in the “Muslim vote” in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014 (replication data). Bielefeld University, 2014.
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Spatial variation in the "Muslim vote" in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, 2014
Susewind R, Dhattiwala R (2014)
Economic & Political Weekly 49(39): 99-110.

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