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Religion and Party Choice in Europe

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This paper investigates religiosity in relation to party choice in European Parliament elections. Conventional wisdom tells us that as Europe has secularised, the effect of religion on party choice should also have diminished. Yet, this cross-national and cross-temporal study of religious voting in European elections from 1989 to 2004 paints a more nuanced picture. It shows that a) the effect of religion has been declining, but has increased in recent years, b) religion matters in particular ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Politics and Int Relations
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Author
Journal:
West European Politics
Volume:
32(6)
Pages:
pp. 1266-1283
Publication date:
2009-12-01
URN:
uuid:4c6fedae-4dbc-45f5-abd7-3c0f748ad28b
Source identifiers:
449
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daisy:449

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