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The movement does not sacrifice its ideals for popularity. It’s hard work, and the timelines (decades) may seem...

The movement does not sacrifice its ideals for popularity. It’s hard work, and the timelines (decades) may seem...

The perfume of emollient moderation Published 31 August 2011 politics and government Leave a Comment Political parties must surely be trying to discern some pointers from the recent presidential election results to guide them as they prepare for the next general election. I wonder what conclusions they are drawing. That said, the next general election is perhaps five years away. Would it not be premature to read too much from the presidential election? I think so. We shouldn’t do more than look at the basics. The first thing that struck me is how the results of the the presidential election confirm one of the findings of the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) from their Post-Election Survey 2011 conducted in May this year. They found that 23 percent of voters could be classed as “conservative” preferring the status quo, 45-46 percent were “swing” and 31 percent “pluralist”,...

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