¿Quiénes cambiaron de partido durante la Gran Recesión? Un estudio de 12 países de Europa occidental

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https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2020.78.3.19.015

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Europa, Identificación de partido, Partidos, Volatilidad electoral, Voto económico

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Los niveles de volatilidad electoral tras la Gran Recesión de 2008 fueron récord en la mayoría de los países de Europa occidental. Entre las principales causas de esta inestabilidad electoral destacan el desarrollo negativo de la economía, la crisis de los partidos tradicionales y el cambio de los temas de competición política. A nivel individual, se desconoce qué factores propiciaron que los electores cambiasen de preferencia partidista después de la Gran Recesión. Además, en general, se sabe poco sobre las diferencias entre un elector estable y uno volátil. Este estudio de 12 países de Europa occidental tras la crisis económica concluye que el modelo del votante económico no siempre explicó el cambio de preferencia partidista después de 2008, mientras que los sentimientos de desafección política se encuentran entre las principales razones para entender el cambio de partidos entre elecciones.

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2020-09-28

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Rama, J., & Zanotti, L. (2020). ¿Quiénes cambiaron de partido durante la Gran Recesión? Un estudio de 12 países de Europa occidental. Revista Internacional De Sociología, 78(3), e164. https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2020.78.3.19.015

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