By now, it's undeniable: America's frustration with political elites is upending party loyalty. And now, this phenomenon is taking on global proportions.
According to a recent poll, nearly half of Bernie Sanders's supporters will not vote for Hillary Clinton, while 22 percent are backing Donald Trump. "I'm a registered Democrat," one respondent explained, "but I cannot bring myself to vote for another establishment politician like Hillary."
Based on media coverage, it's easy to label this distaste purely domestic. However, from the U.K.'s "Brexit" referendum to political movements in France, Italy, and the republic of Georgia, voters have been rising up against an out-of-touch, technocratic elite.