Definition of Nader effect

1. Noun. (politics) The later term to describe the effect a candidate for the corresponding political office (especially the office of President of the United States) can have on a close political election, in which their candidacy results in the election being won by a candidate dissimilar to them, rather than a candidate similar to them. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nader Effect

Naberezhnye Chelny
Nablus
Nabokov
Nabokovian
Nabokovism
Nabokovisms
Naboth
Nabothian
Nabu
Nabuchodonosor
Nachidsheuan
Nacimiento
Nadege
Nader's raider
Nader effect
Naderite
Naderites
Nadezhda
Nadi reaction
Nadia
Nadine
Nadine Gordimer
Nadir
Naegele's rule
Naegeli syndrome
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Naegleria gruberi
Naemorhedus
Naemorhedus goral

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