Political scientist and also writer Lynn Vavreck’s brand-new book discovers the long-lasting fads as well as temporary shocks that shaped the significant 2020 election and also what these adjustments might indicate for the future.
UCLA political researchers Lynn Vavreck and also Chris Tausanovitch as well as Vanderbilt’s John Sides argue that political party identification has ended up being significantly “calcified” in surprising brand-new methods. Their most current book,”The Bitter End,” explains both the long-term fads and also short-term shocks that shaped the 2020 governmental political election and proceed resounding today.
What’s driving the increasing distance in between the events as well as the expanding homogeneity within the parties?
Playbook Co-Author Ryan Lizza fulfilled Vavreck on UCLA’s school to learn why supposed “identity-inflected concerns” are the terrific brand-new measurement of political conflict and also offer an unsafe instructions in America.