demagoguery

[dem-uh-gog-uh-ree, -gaw-guh-]
noun
the methods or practices of a demagogue.

Origin:
1850–55, Americanism; demagogue + -ry

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demagoguery or demagoguism (ˌdɛməˈɡɒɡərɪ, ˈdɛməˌɡɒɡɪzəm)
 
n
the methods, practices, or rhetoric of a demagogue
 
demagoguism or demagoguism
 
n

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Example sentences
Over the past year the demagoguery has got the upper hand.
From demagoguery to sophistry, the deniers practice the whole range of methods
  for manufacturing doubt.
Demagoguery and misinformation are shaping public opinion and in some cases
  public policy.
We need to stop the political demagoguery and fix the real rationing problem.
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