The centre of politics across major democracies is being hollowed out by a combination of anger, impatience and fatigue, writes Mathew Davies. Hillary Clintonâ€™s 0.3 per cent victory over Bernie Sanders in Iowa might have constituted a win, but it was hardly an endorsement. Polls in mid-2015 often gave Clinton a 40-point lead over the then unknown Senator from Vermont. In New Hampshire the result has been even more worrying for Clinton â€“a lead that was once over 30 points turned into a Sanders victory with a 22 per cent margin come polling day.
|Place of Publication||Online|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|