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How does Income Inequality affect the Support for Populist Parties?
Recent studies provide evidence that income inequality is a relevant driver for the electoral success of populist parties all over Europe. In this article, we aim to understand how exactly increasing income inequality can lead to support for populist parties. More specifically, we discuss four different attitudinal mechanisms that have been suggested in previous research: economic insecurities, trust in political elites, social integration and social identity. We rely on eight waves of thedoi:10.31219/osf.io/42z73 fatcat:4xzv2t7x55atnoqikuuqtrdhie