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ELECTIONS 2005: NEW RESEARCH INTO VOTING

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The Electoral Commission today published a paper reviewing recent social and academic research into voting at gener...
The Electoral Commission today published a paper reviewing recent social and academic research into voting at general elections.

It looks at turnout at past general elections, recent socio-demographic and political trends, and what might be done to encourage people to vote at this election.

It is available here.
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