Putting Voters in Their Place: Geography and Elections in Great Britain

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LIST OF FIGURES
1.1.Absolute and relative indices of class voting in Britain, 1964–200520
2.1.The spatial scale of contextual effects44
3.1.Survey and ecological estimates of the Conservative vote by constituency, 1966, according to the proportion of the constituency who are middle class78
3.2.Ecological estimates of the Conservative vote by constituency, 1966, according to the proportion of the constituency who are middle class79
3.3.The probability of voting Conservative rather than Labour by the four selected 'voter types' across the bespoke neighbourhood socio-economic disadvantage scale in the West Yorkshire region101
3.4.The probability of voting Conservative rather than Labour by the four selected 'voter types' across the bespoke neighbourhood socio-economic disadvantage scale in the Rest of the Southeast region101
4.1.Hypothetical political conversation networks123
5.1.Economic evaluations and voting at the 2005 general election153
5.2.Retrospective economic evaluations and voting at the 1992 general election154
5.3.Conservative voting, 1997, and number of positive and negative retrospective evaluations156
5.4.Economic evaluations, attributions of responsibility, and vote choice at the 2005 general election158
5.5.Constituency unemployment and support for the government, 2005173
5.6.Perceptions of regional prosperity and voting for the government and opposition, 1997181
6.1.Targeting the constituency campaign: Conservative campaign expenditure and constituency marginality at the 2001 general election207
6.2.Targeting the constituency campaign: Labour campaign expenditure and constituency marginality, 1987 and 2001209
6.3.Targeting the constituency campaign: Liberal Democrat campaign expenditure and constituency marginality, 2001210

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Editors' Preface v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Figures xi
  • List of Tables xiii
  • List of Abbreviations xix
  • 1: Models of Voting 1
  • 2: Bringing Geography In 40
  • 3: The Geography of Voting 63
  • 4: Talking Together and Voting Together 106
  • 5: The Local Economy and the Local Voter 144
  • 6: Party Campaigns and Their Impact 187
  • 7: To Vote or Not to Vote 227
  • 8: Votes into Seats 266
  • Appendix - The British Election Study 304
  • References 307
  • Index 335
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