Articles by Sofia Vasilopoulou

June 13, 2023

🔮 The myth of the typical far-right populist voter

Sofia Vasilopoulou
Daphne Halikiopoulou and Sofia Vasilopoulou highlight the multifaceted nature of the far-right populist appeal to voters with different preferences and incentives. The far right struggles to expand its appeal to those who evaluate the democratic process positively, but its rhetoric intensifies support among some segments of its core electorate
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Sofia Vasilopoulou
Professor of European Politics, European and International Studies, King’s College London

Sofia's research is at the intersection of Comparative Politics and Political Behaviour.

She studies the causes and consequences of political dissatisfaction among the public and the ways in which this is channelled through party strategies and party competition.

She is co-EIC of the European Journal of Political Research and Honorary Professor at the University of York.

She tweets @Vasilopoulou_S

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