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No Supply Without Demand: The Role of Populist Attitudes and its Translation into Different Aspects of Politics

Comparative Politics
Democracy
Populism
Political Ideology
Voting Behaviour
P255
Steven Van Hauwaert
University of Surrey
Sarah De Lange
University of Amsterdam

Abstract

Today's research on populism pays particular attention to the populist demand. This has resulted in an extensive scholarship related to the role of so-called populist attitudes and how they translate into politics. This panel presents a number of papers that each tackle an important component of this question.

Title Details
Populist Attitudes and Conspiratorial Thinking: Empirical Evidence from Turkey View Paper Details
The Development of Populist Attitudes Among Teenagers View Paper Details
Assessing the Relative Predictive Power of Different Models of Populist Vote Choice View Paper Details
Varieties of Democratic Dissatisfaction? Populist Voters and Non-Voters in Germany View Paper Details
Do Populist Parties Revive Participation? A Cross-Regional Analysis View Paper Details