I'd love to see this cross-referenced with age. Is it just a proxy for age or a thing in itself?
5:43pm Jun 13th 2017 via Twitter Web Client in reply to YouGov
5:47pm Jun 13th 2017 via TweetDeck
Its a thing in itself I suspect. Education has been v powerful predictor of vote choice in elex here and elsewhere lately.
5:49pm Jun 13th 2017 via TweetDeck in reply to Samfr
In fact, I suspect a lot of the age effect is actually differences in education rather than vice versa.
5:50pm Jun 13th 2017 via TweetDeck in reply to robfordmancs Samfr
This is what I want to get to the bottom of. Certainly true in the States + elsewhere but here I'm not so sure.
5:51pm Jun 13th 2017 via TweetDeck in reply to robfordmancs
It predicts a lot of the things which now divide us politically - nationalism & other identity attachments, social values, Brexit views
5:53pm Jun 13th 2017 via TweetDeck in reply to Samfr
This is true but then the class breakdowns being split evenly suggest it can't be that strong because they're quite divided by education too
5:55pm Jun 13th 2017 via TweetDeck in reply to robfordmancs
The even split represents a major shift in class voting patterns. Pretty sure education predicts that shift.
5:56pm Jun 13th 2017 via Twitter for iPhone in reply to Samfr
Could be age again. Would certainly be a great BES project. I suspect you're right but I'd like to see it.
5:59pm Jun 13th 2017 via TweetDeck in reply to robfordmancs
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