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Le yoyo de BoJo : la gestion symbolique de la crise du Covid-19 au Royaume-Uni

Authors: Boussaguet, Laurie; Faucher, Florence;

Le yoyo de BoJo : la gestion symbolique de la crise du Covid-19 au Royaume-Uni

Abstract

contribution à un site web; 1ères lignes : Dans les premières semaines de la pandémie, les enquêtes d’opinion conduites en Europe ont montré un regain de confiance dans les autorités gouvernementales, parfois comparé à l’effet de ralliement constaté à la suite de certains événements catalyseurs. Le Royaume-Uni n’a pas fait exception. Dans un premier temps, la performance de Boris Johnson a même été particulièrement impressionnante. Certes, sa cote de popularité était déjà élevée (après les élections générales de décembre et la sortie de l’UE fin janvier) mais le premier ministre a gagné 20 points d’approbation entre le 16 mars et le 11 avril.

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[SHS.SCIPO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Political science

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