THE ELECTORATE IN POLAND'S LARGE AND MEDIUM-SIZED CITIES AND TOWNS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE RESULTS OF THE 2007 PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS
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Urbanization is regarded among the most significant factors affecting election-related behaviour in Poland. In order to identify the importance of Poland's municipal electorate, a procedure of reverse elimination was applied to the electorates of successive largest cities in Poland, followed by a structure of supporting the strongest political parties at each stage of the cities' rank elimination. Whenever each successive elimination is followed by dwindling support for a given party, this party is referred to as pro-metropolitan.
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