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Blå og rød blok update

Jvf. mit tidligere indlæg om Blå og rød blok.

Berlingske Barometer peger på nogle af de ligheder mellem blokkene som jeg også har bemærket. Se symmetrien over tid mellem V og A, SF og O og måske mindre udpræget mellem Konservative og De radikale/Liste Ø samt Liberal Alliance og Liste Ø/De radikale.
Niveauet kan ændre sig, men partierne følger tilsyneladende 'parløb'. Man skal ikke tage grafikken som udtryk for direkte vælgervandringer mellem to partier. Snarere som en slags identifikation af partiers mest naturlige direkte opponenter - især værdipolitisk, men med Liberal Alliance og De radikale dog også i høj grad på den økonomiske politik.

På ingen måde udtryk for en identifikation af direkte årsagssammenhænge mht. vælgervandringer, men alligevel interessant i en ikke-økologisk kvalitativ tilgang.

Tænker vælgere i mindre skridt kan bevæge i det politiske spektrum efter aflæsning af ’aktuelle slag’ på ’aktuelle fronter’ mellem ’naturlige kombatanter’. Slag som ikke nødvendigvis direkte involverer deres fortrukne parti(er).
Gad vide om der er en naturlig fordeling af størrelserne af politiske partier, hvis der for et parlament findes en naturlig akse.
Lidt ligesom rumfang/vægt af splinterne af en vase der smadres ved ’fald’ er exponentielt fordelt?












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