CNBC, November 23, 2016, by Alex Rosenberg.
“A string of surprising political victories for those espousing right-wing policies may in part be understood as a reaction to the recent financial crisis, according to a set of German economists.
“The data show us that this is the tendency — voters go more to the right than to the left — so one should have seen it coming, yes,” Manuel Funke, a doctoral candidate in economics at the Free University of Berlin’s John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, said in a Tuesday interview on CNBC’s “Trading Nation.”
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