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Populism from below: socio-economic and ideological correlates of mass attitudes in Greece
Emmanouil Tsatsanis (Tsatsanis, E.); Ioannis Andreadis (Andreadis, I.); Eftichia Teperoglou (Teperoglou, E.);
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South European Society and Politics
Reino Unido
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The paper offers a first-time investigation of populism at the mass level in Greece. Its objectives are to examine the socio-economic factors which facilitate the adoption of populist world views and to identify the ideological correlates of populism. Findings reveal that the strongest socio-economic predictors are (low levels of) household income and education. Populist attitudes are more pronounced among left-wing citizens and strongly associated with euroscepticism and opposition to economic liberalism. However, the relationship of populism with anti-immigrant and anti-democratic attitudes appears to be mediated by left–right ideology, thus providing evidence that mass-level populism in Greece comes in both left-inclusionary and right-exclusionary varieties.
Public opinion,Populist attitudes,Left-wing populism,Right-wing populism,Anti-establishment politics,Economic crisis
  • Sociologia - Ciências Sociais
  • Ciências Políticas - Ciências Sociais
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