Inequality and Support for Democracy: a Micro Perspective

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Written by Thomas Isbell 11 March 2020

This piece demonstrates how “perceived equality significantly increases support for democracy as a regime type, while feelings of being more unlike others significantly reduces support for democracy” (Isbell, 2020) and explores what drives democracy or endangers it in relation to inequality.

Publisher: Center for Social Science Research, University of Cape Town

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Categories: Paper, Inequality, Liberal Democracy