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Partisan Cleavages and Distributive Preferences in Chile
Revista de Ciencia Política
Beliefs about how goods and resources should be distributed in society constitute a central element in the identification with political parties. In this sense, the preference for a more or less active role of the state in redistribution is expected to be related with different party identifications and with the left-right continuum. The present article challenges this assumption, proposing that processes of ideological destructuration have led to that party identification does not constitute a current political cleavage in Chile. The data to be analyzed correspond to the International Social Survey Programme survey implemented in Chile in 1999 and 2009. Results indicate there are scarce differences in distributional preferences by the identification with political parties.
PARTY IDENTIFICATION, POLICY PREFERENCES, LATIN-AMERICA, EQUALITY, EQUITY
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