dealign

(redirected from dealigning)

de·a·lign

 (dē′ə-līn′)
intr. & tr.v. de·a·ligned, de·a·lign·ing, de·a·ligns
To end or cause to end one's association with a political party.

de′a·lign′ment n.
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The three age groups in Tables 1 and 2 have consistently high increments in favor of independence (not shown), a reflection of the dealigning forces that have characterized American politics since the mid-1960s.