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Academic Blogs

Kiss, S, M. Polacko & P. Graefe. (October 2023) “Educated voters in Canada tend to vote for left-leaning parties while richer voters go right.” The Conversation.


Polacko, M. (October 2021). “Has economic moderation contributed to the decline of social democratic parties?” LSE EUROPP - European Politics and Policy

Polacko, M.  (May 2021). “Can policy choice reduce the income gap in voting?” The Loop. ECPR's Political Science Blog.

Polacko, M. (November 2015). “The Spending Review: Short-termism, Ideology and Economic Illiteracy.” King's Think Tank. King's College London.

Non-Peer Reviewed

Polacko, M. (2019). “Canada’s Failed Corporate Tax Cutting Binge.” Monitor. 26(4): 20–21.

Polacko, M. (2016). “Napoleonic Elizabeth: Defender of the Realm.” Strife. 6(1): 1–11.

Polacko, M. (2016). “The Case for Keeping and Reforming Inheritance Tax.” Spectrum. 6, 12–13.

Polacko, M. (2015). “Cameron’s Corporate Tax Cuts Are Not Working for Britain.” Spectrum. 5, 1–6.


Editorial. “The class act of Canadian politics.” Globe & Mail. November 7, 2023.

Insights. Canadian Journal of Political Science podcast. "The Changing Nature of Class Voting in Canada." Episode 6. May 9, 2023.

Ángel Munárriz. “La desigualdad mete a los pobres (y a la izquierda) en una trampa electoral.” infoLibre. Julio 2, 2022.

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