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Slovak elections '20. What change they brought

The Institute for Public Affairs has published a new publication Slovenské voľby '20. Akú zmenu priniesli [Slovak Elections ’20. What a change they brought], in which the election results and their contexts are analyzed. The author's team consists of sociologists Zora Bútorová (Institute for Public Affairs) and Oľga Gyárfášová (Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University / Institute for Public Affairs), sociologist Jozef Zagrapan (Institute of Sociology, Slovak Academy of Sciences) and political scientist Grigorij Mesežnikov (Institute for Public Affairs). The publication was supported by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS). 

The book deals with the factors that influenced the results of citizens' voting in terms of the development of public opinion, voter turnout, party politics and socio-demographic characteristics of voters. Scholars analyze the findings of representative sociological surveys, they focus on the activities of political actors and assess the parties’ election results and their broader contexts. 

Download: Slovenské voľby ’20. Akú zmenu priniesli [pdf, in Slovak]

Press release [pdf, in Slovak]

The book about Slovak parliamentary elections 2020 is a contribution of the Institute for Public Affairs to the analysis of the main trends of domestic political development in Slovakia in the context of conducted electoral acts, voter behavior, public opinion and party politics. The authors believe that their work will arouse the interest of the expert community and general public.

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