The appeal of nostalgia: the influence of societal pessimism on support for populist radical right parties

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Steenvoorden, E. (Eefje); Harteveld, E. (Eelco);
  • Subject: nostalgia | Political Science and International Relations | Populist radical right | societal pessimism | voting behaviour

textabstractIn the literature, explanations of support for populist radical right (PRR) parties usually focus on voters’ socio-structural grievances, political discontent or policy positions. This article suggests an additional and possibly overarching explanation: soci... View more
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