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

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LIST OF TABLES
1.1.Party voted for at the 1997 general election in Great Britain, by home background5
1.2.Party voted for at the 2005 general election in Great Britain, by occupational class position6
1.3.Party voted for at the 2005 general election in Great Britain, by subjective class position7
1.4.Party voted for at the 2005 general election in Great Britain, by age group8
1.5.Party voted for at the 2005 general election in Great Britain, by housing tenure9
1.6.Party voted for at the 2005 general election in Great Britain, by religious adherence10
1.7.Party voted for at the 2005 general election in Great Britain, by age at which finished full-time education and highest educational qualification11
1.8.Strength of party identification at various elections, 1970–2005 (percentages)12
1.9.The inter-election flow of the vote, 2001–513
1.10.The inter-election flow of the vote, 2001–5, by strength of party identification in 200513
1.11.Party voted for at the 2005 general election according to retrospective economic evaluations15
1.12.Party voted for at the 2005 general election according to prospective economic expectations16
1.13.Party voted for at the 2005 general election according to views on how well the government has handled the economy16
1.14.Party voted for at the 2005 general election according to retrospective sociotropic evaluations and beliefs in the degree to which government policies affect the economy17
1.15.Percentage of BES respondents voting Labour at the 2005 general election according to their evaluation of how well the government had handled certain policy areas18
1.16.Percentage of BES respondents voting Labour at the 2005 general election according to their views about Tony Blair and the Labour party19
1.17.Voting by socio-economic class, 1964 and 200521
1.18.The reasons given for not voting at the 1987, 1992, and 1997 general elections (percentage of all BES respondents reporting that they did not vote)28

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Table of contents

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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