Class Position and Political Opinion in Rich Democracies

In many high-income countries today, scholarly interest in the politics of class has coincided with growing economic inequality, rising support for nonmainstream political parties and candidates, and increasing flows of immigration. Arvid Lindh discusses social science research on the views of different class segments vis-à-vis economic, political, and sociocultural issues, finding greater scholarly attention to the interdependence of economic, social, and political concerns and preferences than was the case even a few years ago. Image courtesy of Daniel Rossetti /Arvid Lindh

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