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Élections de second ordre et responsabilité électorale dans un système de gouvernance à niveaux multiples

Abstract : Second-order elections and electoral accountability in multi-level governance systems In the context of the literature about European elections viewed as second-order elections, this article studies the relation between voters’ assessments of government performance and vote choice. Anchored in a comparative perspective and analysing data coming from a comparative opinion survey conducted after the 2014 European elections in seven countries, this study compares national and European logics in shaping retrospective voting. The article concludes that both national and European logics are significant and intertwined, thus questioning the assumption of the domination of national logics in choices for the European elections.
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Nicolas Sauger. Élections de second ordre et responsabilité électorale dans un système de gouvernance à niveaux multiples. Revue européenne des sciences sociales, 2015, 53 (1), pp.21 - 47. ⟨hal-02186394⟩

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