Jolly study on representation gaps in European politics published

Seth Jolly"Multidimensional incongruence, political disaffection, and support for anti-establishment parties," co-authored by Associate Professor of Political Science Seth Jolly, was published in the Journal of European Public Policy. Using data from the Chapel Hill Expert Survey (CHES) for party positions and public opinion data from the European Election Study (EES), Jolly and his co-authors found that multidimensional incongruence is associated with disaffection at the national and European level, and that disaffected mainstream party voters are in turn more likely to consider voting for anti-establishment challenger parties. 02/04/20