Actitudes ante la inmigración y comportamiento electoral en España

Sebastian Rinken, Científico titular del Instituto de Estudios Sociales Avanzados, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (IESA-CSIC)
2019 Anuario CIDOB de la Inmigración  
This paper uses primary and secondary data to examine the extent to which the electoral success of VOX in the 2018-2019 Spanish elections may have been fuelled by negative attitudes towards immigration. The data show that VOX voters view this issue less favourably than the voters of other right-wing parties, yet it is unclear how decisively it affected their vote. Perceived grievances about access to public resources and unease about deteriorating working conditions exist, but they scarcely
more » ... to cause anti-immigrant hostility: the political and business classes are blamed. Hence the importance of nuanced approaches that avoid equating qualms about immigration and its impact with scornful rejection.
doi:10.24241/anuariocidobinmi.2019.68 fatcat:mcnynucotjdefbikajzlo26ibi