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Immigration is the international movement of people into a destination country of which they are not natives or where they do not possess citizenship. If your question relates to personal circumstance…
Questions related to a legislative body formally bringing charges against a high-level government official. This usually starts a process that can end in removal from office.
For questions about rule systems for scoring votes. Not for questions about country-specific rules or practices but for the theory and practice of voting systems. Examples include proportional-repre…
A sampling or collection of opinions on a subject, taken from either a selected or a random group of persons
Questions related to the sociopolitical fundamentals of healthcare (i.e. access to healthcare in a given country) regarding the policies regulated and/or supplied by governments.
The Republican Party (sometimes called Grand Old Party, or GOP) is a major political party of the United States. Use with the [united-states] tag.
An ideology is a set of opinions or beliefs belonging to a group, political party or individual. Ideology may also refer to the political beliefs or ideas that characterize a particular culture. Capit…
Questions related to that of events related to terrorism, directly or indirectly.
Questions relating to the government or politics of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Questions related to the policies or governance of a House of Representatives (typically a lower house in a bicameral legislature or the only chamber in a unicameral legislature). Use with a relevant …
Questions related to the political impact the media has (may it be an independent media outlet, or the mainstream media), or the general consensus the media has on a political topic.
Questions about Federal Republic of Germany politics and policy.
Questions related to the Democratic Party, one of the two major parties in the United States.
In the United States, the President is not elected directly by popular vote, but by electors chosen by each state, which can sometimes produce a different outcome from the popular vote. Use with the […
Questions relating to the government or politics of the Republic of Turkey
The set of formal legal institutions that constitute a “government” or “state” including actual as well as prescribed political behaviours: not only the legal organization of the state but also the re…
Questions related to the politics of countries within Europe (i.e. comparing aspects of policy regarding various European countries).
For questions about data with a relation to politics. Related tags: [reference-request], [data-sources] & [voting-records]. For general statistics questions, please see our sister site Cross Validated…
Questions about the processes to create laws in different jurisdictions.
Public elections to decide which candidate represents a party at the main election
For questions relating to the government and politics of the Syrian Arab Republic
A nuclear weapon is an explosive device that derives its destructive force from splitting atoms. Because the long-lived nuclear material used is then spread into the surrounding area, it is considered…
An estimate of costs, revenues, and resources over a specified period, reflecting a reading of future financial conditions and goals
Questions related to the civil force of a state, responsible for the prevention and detection of crime and the maintenance of public order.
Questions about politics and policy of the French Republic.
For questions specific to any of the impeachment investigations against Donald Trump, who served as the 45th President of the United States. Use [impeachment] for general questions about the process. …
For questions relating to the government and politics of Australia.
Questions relating to the government or politics of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), known as North Korea to the rest of the world.
Questions related to the official or unofficial rules of any legislative body in a country which is formally known as a Senate. For the US Senate, combine with [united-states]
Questions related to the government or politics of Canada.
Questions related to any laws enacted by any of the 50 states in the United States. Use the [united-states] tag alongside this.
Questions about religious influences on politics or political influences on religion. Consider using with religion-specific tags, including [islam], [judaism] or [christianity] where appropriate.
Questions about those parts of governments which interpret and apply the law. Please use with an appropriate country-tag.
For questions about the influence of geographic variables on politics. Such variables include climate, topography, demography, and natural resources.
For questions about the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Questions on Communist theory and the politics of Communist states