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Old Cleavages and New Parties: The Analysis of Voting Behavior In 2020 Elections In Croatia‎

Andrija Henjak orcid id ; Fakultet političkih znanosti, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Goran Čular orcid id ; Fakultet političkih znanosti, Sveučilište u Zagrebu

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 1.804 Kb


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Parliamentary elections in 2020 brought new political parties in Croatia, but ‎this now encompassed the whole political spectrum. Using survey data, the ‎article aims to identify sources of electoral support for new parties and how ‎they relate to traditional political cleavages. The article finds that voters of the ‎new parties differ from voters of the old parties primarily in how they perceive ‎politics, and are also younger. At the same time, voters of the new parties on ‎the left and the right are very similar to voters of the old left and right parties, ‎respectively, pointing to still dominant role of the cleavages based on relation to history, religion and tradition. In the second step, the analysis also includes ‎non-voters and finds that voters of the new parties and abstainers are similar ‎in how they see politics, but abstainers feel much less confident about their ‎ability to influence political events

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Political Parties; Voters; Cleavages; Party Competition; Participation; Croatia; 2020 Elections

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