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Genealogy, Volume 4, Issue 1 (March 2020) – 33 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The Catalonian secessionist push induced a crisis within Spain’s politics, which did not hint of an [...] Read more. The Catalonian secessionist push induced a crisis within Spain’s politics, which did not hint of an arrangement. The escalating demands for secession ran almost in parallel with the accentuation of European recession after the world financial crash (2008–2010). Secession claims reached a maximum during 2012–2014, attaining support of nearly 50% of the citizenry in favor of independence. These figures subsequently diminished, but remained close to 40%. This longitudinal analysis, based on responses of 88,538 individuals through a regular series of 45 official surveys in the period 2006–2019, shows that the more privileged segments of Catalonian citizenry were those that mostly supported secession, whereas poorer and unprotected citizenry was clearly against it. All the data point to the conclusion that the secessionist challenge was a rebellion of the wealthier and well-situated people. View this paper