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Changing electoral politics in Delhi : from caste to class / Sanjay Kumar.Material type: BookPublisher: New Delhi : Sage Publications India, 2013Description: xx, 216 pages ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9788132113744 (pbk.).Subject(s): Politics, Practical -- India -- Delhi | Elections -- India -- Delhi | Voting -- Social aspects -- India -- Delhi | Elections -- India -- Delhi -- Statistics | Elections -- Social aspects -- India -- Delhi | Caste -- India -- DelhiDDC classification: 324.95456 KUM
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 210-213).
Delhi : a city of migrants
The voting patterns : caste or class?
The electoral verdict
Popular perception about leaders and parties
The new definition of Delhi
Appendix 1: Detailed results of Delhi assembly elections, 2008
Appendix 2. Detailed results of Delhi assembly elections, 1993-2003.
"Changing Electoral Politics in Delhi is an in-depth analysis of voting patterns of voters in Delhi. Rapid immigration has changed the social profile of Delhi's voters who seemed to vote more on class lines than caste as witnessed in many states. During Partition, the city had witnessed large-scale migration from Pakistan. Recent decades have also witnessed an influx of people to Delhi from various states. Subsequently, the demographic profile of Delhi has changed with a sizeable majority of migrants in many assembly constituencies. This transformation has a distinct impact on the electoral politics. Since Delhi attracts people from various states and regions, it has resulted in a cosmopolitan culture. As compared to the past, class differences have become sharper now, reflected not only by people's perception and attitude regarding various issues, but also when it comes to voting. By using first-hand survey data of a cross section of voters, the author demonstrates the voting patterns of the last four assembly elections and illustrates how class is more important than caste in Delhi's politics today." -- Publisher website.