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    I'd love to see this cross-referenced with age. Is it just a proxy for age or a thing in itself?

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    5/ Education level another key divider: the more highly educated someone is, the more likely they are to vote Lab/LD yougov.co.uk/news/2017/06/1…

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    Sam Freedman

  2. Its a thing in itself I suspect. Education has been v powerful predictor of vote choice in elex here and elsewhere lately.

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    Rob Ford

    In fact, I suspect a lot of the age effect is actually differences in education rather than vice versa.

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    Rob Ford

  3. This is what I want to get to the bottom of. Certainly true in the States + elsewhere but here I'm not so sure.

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    Sam Freedman

  4. It predicts a lot of the things which now divide us politically - nationalism & other identity attachments, social values, Brexit views

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    Rob Ford

  5. 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

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    Sam Freedman

  6. The even split represents a major shift in class voting patterns. Pretty sure education predicts that shift.

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    Rob Ford

  7. Could be age again. Would certainly be a great BES project. I suspect you're right but I'd like to see it.

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