British Journal of Political Science
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Systems theorists introduced the concept of "support" to permit explanations of political stability and instability. Yet most attempts to verify the existence of a relationship between support and stability empirically have dealt with wellestablished political systems, and have relied on data collected at one point in time. This paper reports an initial effort to examine the growth of support for a new political regime using a series of sample surveys providing data on changes in the level of support over time.
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British Journal of Political Science, 3:2 (1973) pp. 169-189. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007123400007778
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