• Understanding the Local Socioeconomic Dynamics Based on the Political Compass: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Construction of a Versatile Computational Model

    Author(s):
    Toykan Dogan (see profile) , Dicle Ozturk, Secil Sen, Ahmet Yapdi
    Date:
    2023
    Subject(s):
    Economics--Sociological aspects, Economics, Political science, Voting research
    Item Type:
    Article
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/6g1t-qc40
    Abstract:
    This research endeavor involves the development of a computational framework in order to investigate, examine, and subsequently forecast the socioeconomic dynamics of societal subgroups, with a particular focus on their placement within the political compass. The 2018 Turkish presidential election results serve as a localized factor within this study. By integrating diverse datasets, including the geographical information of supermarkets catering to distinct target markets obtained from Google Maps, the objective of this study is to comprehensively discern regressive trends between the socioeconomic characteristics of local voters and their voting inclinations. As a result, a strong correlation has been discovered between upscale supermarkets and the preference for a liberal political alliance in voting behavior.
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