New publication: Place does matter for populist radical right sentiment, but how? Evidence from Germany

How important is political geography for far-right attitudes (nativism, populism, authoritarianism)? What do different authors even mean when they write about the role of 'place' in this context? Can 'place' (or rather its different aspects) explain the distribution of far-right attitudes in Germany and elsewhere? In a recent contribution in European Political Science Review, Kai Arzheimer and Theresa Bernemann answer these (and some other) questions. Just click the link (it's open access). Or if all that is a bit too much, just watch the video.

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