The 2024 FNES prize awarded to Annika Lindholm and Lauri Rapeli

The newly announced FNES prize for innovative use of Finnish National Election Studies (FNES) was awarded to Annika Lindholm and Lauri Rapeli for their article “Is the unhappy citizen a populist citizen? Linking subjective well-being to populist and nativist attitudes” publicerad i European Political Science Review. The study examines the link between satisfaction with life and the tendency to support right-wing populist parties.

The prize was awarded May 16th 2024 during the Finnish Political Science Association’s annual conference in Turku by Heikki Paloheimo, Professor Emeritus and founding member of the Election Research Consortium.

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