John D. Huber, professor of political science at Columbia University, will write a book on how low- and middle-income voters create electoral coalitions favoring progressive social policies. Huber’s study will employ a comparative cross-cultural analysis to examine how social and political factors such as wedge issues, political polarization, religion and racial and ethnic diversity divide low-income and middle class voters.


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