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The absence of a "cladestine conspiracy" can never be proven. However, there are indications that powerful EU governments don't want another failed state on their borders: They want Turkey to hold refugees back. A significant number of their citizens (and voters) have Turkish roots. The pre-accession process is stalemated but not formally ended. ...


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Yes - this is available directly from the Turkish Supreme Electoral Council here. The data for German consulates in particular have been analysed further in Germany's Turkish Voters - What Do We Know? by Thomas Krumm from the Turkish-German University, in which he provides this chart: He also calculates the Spearman's rank correlation coefficient between ...


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