The Baskerville's dog suddenly started barking: voting for VOX in the 2019 Spanish general elections

@article{TurnbullDugarte2020TheBD,
  title={The Baskerville's dog suddenly started barking: voting for VOX in the 2019 Spanish general elections},
  author={Stuart James Turnbull-Dugarte and Jos{\'e} Rama and Andr{\'e}s G Santana},
  journal={Political Research Exchange},
  year={2020},
  volume={2}
}
ABSTRACT The electoral success of the new populist radical right-wing party, VOX, which achieved an unprecedent electoral result in the Spanish general elections of April 2019, brought an end to Spain's exceptional status as a country free of the radical right. This article asks: who votes for VOX? Empirically, we present the first assessment of electoral support for VOX at the national level. Relying on national post-electoral survey data, our results show that the electoral profile of VOX's… Expand
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