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Electoral Behavior and Populism. Advances in the Study of Electoral Behaviour.

Populism
Religion
Political Sociology
Electoral Behaviour
Euroscepticism
P112
Kamil Marcinkiewicz
Universität Hamburg

Tuesday 11:15 - 13:00 (25/08/2020)


Abstract

The success of populist parties in general and populist radical right parties in particular poses a challenge for students of electoral behavior. This panel aims at addressing open questions emerging in face of unprecedented success of populist groupings and candidates. It invites studies examining the political base of populist parties and explains differences in patterns observed between countries. Which groups of voters are more inclined to support populists and under what circumstances? How does historical, social and institutional context moderate the patterns of support? Finally, what are the long-term effects of supporting populists? Both single-country case studies and comparative analyses are invited.

Title Details
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Why Do Immigrants Support an Anti-Immigrant Party? The Case of Russian-Germans and the Alternative for Germany View Paper Details
Do Religious Voters Support Populist Radical Right Parties? Opposite Effects in Western and East Central Europe View Paper Details