The ‘Alternative für Deutschland in the Electorate’: Between Single-Issue and Right-Wing Populist Party

@article{SchmittBeck2017TheF,
  title={The ‘Alternative f{\"u}r Deutschland in the Electorate’: Between Single-Issue and Right-Wing Populist Party},
  author={R. Schmitt-Beck},
  journal={German Politics},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={124 - 148}
}
The good result of the recently formed Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) was a striking outcome of the 2013 Federal Election. This article explores why AfD supporters chose this party at the 2013 Federal Election and at the 2014 European and eastern German State (Land) Elections. At the Federal Election the AfD's electorate was composed of two groups: a minority of instrumental issue-voters that were drawn to the AfD by its emphasis and positioning on the Euro crisis, and a majority of ‘late… Expand
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