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Declining party identification - ‘no preference’ on a survey of political attitudes - is a general phenomenon in advanced democracies, but the proud self-designation ‘Independent’ does not have a counterpart in other places.

by Jane Susskind, published

Declining party identification - ‘no preference’ on a survey of political attitudes - is a general phenomenon in advanced democracies, but the proud self-designation ‘Independent’ does not have a counterpart in other places.
Ms Rosenblum, author of On the Side of the Angels: An Appreciation of Parties and Partisanship.

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