Jacindamania

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Etymology[edit]

Jacinda +‎ -mania

Noun[edit]

Jacindamania (uncountable)

  1. (New Zealand politics) Fervent admiration of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
    • 2017 September 7, Kate Shuttleworth, “Jacindamania: rocketing rise of New Zealand Labour's fresh political hope”, in The Guardian:
      When asked how long Jacindamania might play out, Edwards replied: “Nine years?
    • 2018, Patrick Weller, The Prime Ministers' Craft:
      Jacindamania followed Trudeaumania in indicating that leadership in campaigns can alter political fortunes in a very short time.
    • 2019 October 20, Heather du Plessis-Allan, “Jacindamania II is not on the cards”, in New Zealand Herald:
      There's little chance Jacindamania would happen again.
    • 2022 May 13, Eva Corlett, “As the shine comes off NZ Labour, Grant Robertson hopes his budget can steady the ship”, in The Guardian[1]:
      While Jacindamania could perhaps now better be described as Jacinda-meh-nia, [Grant] Robertson says Jacinda Ardern is still the best person for the job. “Jacinda is still really well respected in New Zealand. []

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