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ELECTIONS 2004: 'AGAINST A BACKDROP OF DECLINING TURNOUT'

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Elections in 2004 will take place against a backdrop of declining turnout in the UK in recent years. The last elect...
Elections in 2004 will take place against a backdrop of declining turnout in the UK in recent years. The last elections for the European parliament and London's mayor and assembly attracted only a minority of the electorate with 24% and 34% respectively turning out to vote.

Public opinion and the 2004 elections, conducted by MORI and the University of Plymouth for The Electoral Commission, explores public attitudes towards voting in the 2004 elections and considers what might motivate people to vote.

The findings of 'Public opinion and the 2004 elections' are also available here.
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