French Front National voting: a micro and macro perspective

@article{Lubbers2002FrenchFN,
  title={French Front National voting: a micro and macro perspective},
  author={M. Lubbers and P. Scheepers},
  journal={Ethnic and Racial Studies},
  year={2002},
  volume={25},
  pages={120 - 149}
}
In this article we study Front National voting behaviour from a micro and macro perspective, by taking into account individual and contextual characteristics simultaneously. We test five theories that offer explanations as to why certain social categories, such as e.g. lowly educated people, people with a low income or younger people, are more likely to vote for the Front National . An unfavourable out-group attitude, an authoritarian attitude and a nonconformist attitude turn out to be unique… Expand
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