Voting "Against All" in Postcommunist Russia
Since the early 1990s voters in Russia (and most of the other post-Soviet republics) have been offered the opportunity to vote 'against all' parties and candidates. Increasing numbers have done so. The evidence of two post-election surveys indicates that
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