Populism amongst eligible voters in Germany 2020, by income

Share of eligible voters with populist attitudes in Germany in 2020, by income

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Release date

September 2020



Survey time period

June 2020

Number of respondents

8,332 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

Eligible voters

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

In this study populism is defined as a certain understanding of politics and democracy, its norms, institutions and procedures. A distinguishing feature is the idea of the “true people” on one side and the “corrupt elite” on the other. Additionally, views which are anti-establishment, anti-pluralism and pro sovereignty of the people. According to the authors of the study, all three views are supposed to be represented simultaneously to qualify as populist views. Further definitions are available in the report.

The source does not provide information on the missing percentage points for 100 percent.

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