Module V focuses on the politics of populism. It explores the relationship between the rise of populist parties and the distribution of populist attitudes cross-nationally. The main objective of the module is to examine citizens' perceptions of political elites, 'out-groups' and national identity, and the implications for electoral democracy. The module enables researchers to account for variation in the contestation of political elites and 'populist' attitudes across democracies and to examine how such perceptions shape citizens' electoral behavior.
Data and documentation materials can be downloaded via the GESIS Data Catalogue.
The Second Advance Release covers 21 election studies since 2016.
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