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Rules of thumb can lead to politicians misjudging voters' reactions

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📐 El Salvador aims high but scores low on the right to education

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Conservative leadership hopefuls should listen to Hobbes regarding Scotland

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Small-scale social movements don't make news, but can influence higher education policy

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March 17, 2021

Under what conditions can public opinion affect policy-making? Education as a case study

Julian Garritzmann Public opinion affects policy-making when the topic is salient and when most people share the same opinion, write Julian Garritzmann, Marius Busemeyer and Erik Niemanns. Yet when the public disagrees on what they want – or when many people don’t care – the influence of public opinion is significantly reduced Read more

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