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by Anthony D. Fox,Neil Day,Ivor Crewe

Download The British Electorate, 1963-1992: A Compendium of Data from the British Election Studies eBook
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0521499658
Author:
Anthony D. Fox,Neil Day,Ivor Crewe
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Social Sciences
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English
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Cambridge University Press; 2 edition (January 26, 1996)
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512 pages
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The British Electorate, 1963-1992: A Compendium of Data from the British Election Studies. 0521496462 (ISBN13: 9780521496469).

Tables display the same data for each election, allowing the reader to compare any two elections between 1964 and 1992, or to trace trends across the whole period.

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Are you sure you want to remove The British electorate 1963-1992 from your list? The British electorate 1963-1992. a compendium of data from the British election studies. Rev. ed. by Ivor Crewe, Anthony D. Fox, Neil Day. Published 1995 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York.

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The British Electorate, 1963-1992. Its tables show trends be-tween 1963 and 1992 in the vote, turnout, and party membership as well as attitudes to a range of issues. William III and the Godly.

Ivor Crewe directed the British Election Study from 1973 until 1981 and is now Vice-Chancellor of the University of Essex. His books include Decade of Dealignment (with Bo Särlvik) and The British Electorate 1963-1992 (with Anthony Fox and Neil Day). Anthony King has been Professor of Government at the University of Essex since 1969. His books include Westminster and Beyond (with Anne Sloman), British Members of Parliament: A Self-Portrait and Britain Says Yes: The 1975 Referendum.

The British electorate 1963–1987: A compendium of data from the British Election Studies. The British Election Study claims there was no ‘youthquake’ last June. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Crossley, A. M. (1937). Mortimore, . Baines, . Worcester, . & Gill, M. (2017). Reprints and Permissions.

The British Election Study is an academic project to analyse the results of British elections that has examined every general election in the United Kingdom since 1964.

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Updated to include the 1992 election, The British Electorate is an essential reference for social and political researchers on voting patterns and public opinion in Britain over the past quarter century. Its tables show trends between 1963 and 1992 in the vote, turnout, and party membership; and attitudes to a range of issues, such as nationalization, capital punishment and abortion. Trends among subgroups of the electorate such as men and women, young and old, trade unionists, the unemployed, Conservative and Labour voters, and many others are also traced.