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The front national vote in the plural

Abstract : Between the French general election of 1981 and the 1995 presidential election, the number of Front national (FN) voters increased from less than 100,000 to more than 4.5 million. With the exception of Austria, France is the only country of the European Union in which a party of the extreme right, clearly recognized as such by more than three-quarters of the electorate,1 has obtained such stunning success at the ballot box. The numerous theories which have been advanced over the past several years to explain the growth of FN support can be divided into four groups. [Article's first paragraph]
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Nonna Mayer. The front national vote in the plural. Patterns of Prejudice, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 1998, 32 (1), pp.3 - 24. ⟨10.1080/0031322X.1998.9970244⟩. ⟨hal-03471524⟩



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