Proceedings of the International Conference on Business, Economic, Social Science and Humanities (ICOBEST 2018)

The Abstentionist Group In The Governor Election

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Tatik Rohmawati
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Tatik Rohmawati
Available Online November 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icobest-18.2018.73How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Voters Behaviour, The Abstentionists, Governor’s Election, Local Democracy.
Abstract
The purpose of this research is to see and to know the abstentionist in the Governor Election. The election of the Governor is one of the real actions of the local democracy. Then, there are many abstentionists in every Governor election. This paper focuses on the abstentionist group in the Governor election. The researcher finds out that there are significant numbers of the abstentionist in the city area. This paper uses qualitative method, and the researcher takes part as the instrument of the research. The methods of collecting data in this research are observation, interview and documentation. The focus analysis of this paper shows that the abstentionist group in the city area is dominated by the intellectual people who have good education and strong idealism. The conclusion of this paper also shows us that the abstentionists in the city area are mostly coming from the universities’ students and traders. The effect caused by the abstentionists is made low participation in the election. So that, to anticipate the abstentionists, the committee should maximize the election’s campaign.
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