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IDEOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF PARTY PREFERENCE AND VOTING INTENTIONS

Goran Milas ; Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb
Stanko Rihtar ; Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb


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str. 663-676

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Sažetak

This research conducted on a representative sample of the Croatian
population was an attempt at answering to what extent
ideological determinants, defined as basic factors of social attitudes,
influence party preference and voting intentions at elections.
The influence of ideological determinants was proven relatively
limited and could not interpret more than 20% of the total variance
of party preference and voting intentions, which indicates the possible
importance of different non-ideological factors. Among ideological
determinants the greatest significance has been given to
ethnocentrism, religiousness and authoritarianism, which are mostly
characteristic of advocates of right-wing (conservative) parties
and their prospective voters. The research also indicated that
in persons of higher education ideological determinants have a somewhat
larger role in forming attitudes towards parties, but the
proportion of the so-interpreted variance is nevertheless very modest.

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Hrčak ID:

31587

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/31587

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