Perceived role of anti-Semitism in explaining the Labour Party’s defeat at the 2019 general election (4045)
Type of Data: Perceived role of anti-Semitism in explaining the Labour Party’s defeat at the 2019 general election (4045)
Faith Community: Judaism
Date: 2020, 14-20 January (adults), 10-14 January (Labour Party members)
Geography: Great Britain
Sample Size: 10107 adults, 1073 Labour Party members
Population: Adults aged 18 and over, Labour Party members
Keywords: Address convincingly, anti-Semitism, better job, blame, controversy, defeat, general election, invented or wildly exaggerated, Labour Party, Lord Ashcroft Polls, opponents of Jeremy Corbyn, party leadership, politics, real problem, religious prejudice, right-wing media
Collection Method: Online interview
Collection Agency: Lord Ashcroft Polls
BRIN ID: 4045
Besides the two quantitative surveys, twenty-two focus groups were held in January 2020: eighteen focus groups with former Labour voters from nine former Labour constituencies won by the Conservative Party in 2019; and four focus groups with Labour Party members and members of Labour-supporting trade unions.
Posted by: Clive D. Field
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