Evolution of Preferences at Hungarian Electorate towards Bidimensional Left Right Structure (1990 to 2013)
AbstractThe article presents Hungarian electorate's preferences in the time of transition and democratic consolidation beginning in 1990. The preferences are confrontated with results of parliamentary elections held in 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2010. Author tries to show how the left and right preference division developed on the basis of socioeconomic cleavages. The evolution of Hungarian electorate preferences has moved toward bidimensional "left - ri- ght" structure since the elections in 1998, yet first symptoms appeared in 1994 when post-socialis party MSzP won the elections. Since then only this party and rightist Fidesz were able to succeed and create Hungarian governments.
Kubas, S. (2013). Evolution of Preferences at Hungarian Electorate towards Bidimensional Left Right Structure (1990 to 2013). Political Preferences, (4). Retrieved from https://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/PP/article/view/4183
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