Makiawelizm jako osobowościowy predyktor zachowań wyborczych



Abstract

Individual characteristics of voters and candidates assume greater importance in politi- cal discourse. Personality traits of voters become decisive for political choice. It is possible that people vote for candidates whose personality traits match their own traits. The main aim of the investigation was to test the relationship between voters' Machiavellianism and self-reported voting behavior in presidential and municipal elections in 2010, and between voters' Machiavellianism and voting preferences in national elections. The evidence confirms that Ma- chiavellianism is associated with voting and preferences for particular parties and candidates. There is a relationship between Machiavellianism and electorial participation.


Published : 2011-01-01


Pilch, I. (2011). Makiawelizm jako osobowościowy predyktor zachowań wyborczych. Political Preferences, (2). Retrieved from https://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/PP/article/view/4152

Irena Pilch  pilchirena@gmail.com
Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach  Poland



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