The link between minority ethnic identification and support for democracy has been little explored in previous research. In this study, statistical analysis discovers a positive relationship between simply being a member of a minority group and high levels of dissatisfaction with the institutions of democracy, as well as with the performance of the regime. Survey data a/so reveal a linkage between a minority group's level of marginalization and its level of support for democracy.
Recommended CitationLalich '01, Nicole (2001) "Exclusive Societies: Minority Ethnic Group Support for Democracy," Res Publica - Journal of Undergraduate Research: Vol. 6
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