Individual and contextual characteristics of the German extreme right-wing vote in the 1990's: A test of complementary theories
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SourceEuropean Journal of Political Research, 38, 1, (2000), pp. 63-94
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European Journal of Political Research
In this article we set out to improve our knowledge on voting for extreme right-wing parties, i.e. the Republikaner, by taking into account social, political and contextual characteristics. We test four theories that provide explanations as to why certain social categories are more likely to vote for the Republikaner. The hypotheses are tested with multilevel analyses, with data from a national sample (N = 4688). Multinomial analyses provide additional information on how theoretically derived political attitudes effect voting behaviour.
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