Revolt on the Right

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Since 2009, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has become the most successful challenger to the main parties in postwar English politics. Yet with the radical right on the rise, important questions remain unanswered. What trends in modern Britain have made the rise of UKIP possible? How has the party modified its organization, strategy and ideology in the quest to forge ties with voters? Who is voting for the populist radical right in Britain, and why? To what extent, if at all, are UKIP supporters the mirror image of radical right voters in Europe, and where might the party go next? Based on an unprecedented amount of data, from surveys of UKIP voters to extensive interviews with UKIP insiders, Robert Ford and Matthew Goodwin explore the wider trends that gave birth to UKIP, how the party has evolved, and who is shifting behind UKIP at elections. The book provides unprecedented insight into public support for the radical right in Britain, and contains important insights for those who are tasked with responding to the radical right challenge.
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ISBN-13: 9780415661508
ISBN-10: 0415661501
Pagini: 318
Ilustrații: 24 black & white illustrations, 39 black & white tables, 24 black & white line drawings
Dimensiuni: 127 x 193 x 20 mm
Greutate: 0.32 kg
Editura: Routledge


Birth of a single-issue party 2. Rise of a serious contender 3. A long time coming: The origins of the revolt 4. The social roots of the revolt 5. The motive for rebelling 6. Can they overcome the barrier to entry? 7. Conclusions: The paradoxes and potential of UKIP support

Notă biografică

Robert Ford is Lecturer in Politics in the School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester, UK, and tweets @RobFordMancs. Matthew Goodwin is Associate Professor in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham, UK. He is also Associate Fellow at Chatham House and tweets @GoodwinMJ.