Tag Archives: General Election 2010

The Ethnic Minority British Election Study (EMBES)

This BRIN post reports various attitudes and behaviour for the May 2010 general election by ethnic group in a series of cross-tabulations, using the EMBES survey. It looks at interest in the electon, voting rates, how the respondent voted, party choice in 2010 and 2005, and likeability ratings of major and minor political parties.
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Ethnic Minority British Election Study 2009-2010 now online

The British Election Study (BES) constitutes the longest academic series of nationally representative probability sample surveys in Britain. In addition to the main pre- and post-election surveys run over 2009-2010, a survey of ethnic minorities was run, and this week made available online at http://bes2009-10.org/.
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