BBC Brands Small-Govt, Low Tax Voters ‘Authoritarian Populists’

People who support rolling back the state and leaving the EU have been labelled “authoritarian populists” by a group of left wing researchers, cheered on by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) who warned readers of its website that half of the adult population of Britain shares those views. A study by academics at the universities of Essex and Exeter claims to be the first to delve into the mind-set of people it has labelled “authoritarian populists,” but who might be more accurately labelled simply as small-c conservatives or libertarians. They have found that 52 per cent of the population fall into

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