By Sofia Vasilopoulou, Daphne Halikiopoulou (auth.)
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Within the European-wide socio-economic grievance model. On the other hand, protest, disillusionment and dissatisfaction with both the government and the system as a whole are better predictors for Golden Dawn support. Essentially, right-wing dissatisfied anti-EU voters are more likely to vote for this party. Our empirical analysis proceeds in two stages. We first examine the overlap in propensity to vote between the Golden Dawn and other Greek parties. We do so in order to investigate the intersection of the electorates and examine whether this is greater among parties with greater ideological proximity.
The Greek political system, therefore, marginalised the Golden Dawn. The dynamics of party competition, as well as the de-legitimisation of right-wing extremism after the collapse of the junta, the fragmentation of the right into various far right-wing factions, the ability of New Democracy to absorb right-wing voters of all convictions, as well as the Golden Dawn’s own association with violence, prevented the party from entering the political scene. The Eurozone crisis, however, altered political dynamics.
We find greater correlation with regard to occupation sector and levels of education. 0007 Who Supports the Golden Dawn? are less likely to opt for the Golden Dawn compared to those mainly working class individuals who are employed in industry (secondary) sector. While these findings are consistent with the literature on occupation sector across Europe, it is important to note here the difference between Greece’s type of economy and the secondary sector in the highly industrialised countries of Western Europe.
The Golden Dawn’s ‘Nationalist Solution’: Explaining the Rise of the Far Right in Greece by Sofia Vasilopoulou, Daphne Halikiopoulou (auth.)