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Religious Affiliation and Political Attitudes: Findings from the British Election Study 2009/10

The British Election Study (BES) 2009/10 has recently made available online for wider usage survey datasets relating to the May general election. The BES has covered every general election, and thus gauged the political choices and attitudes of nationally-representative samples of the British electorate, since 1964 and more information on both the current and previous studies is available at http://bes.utdallas.edu/2009/. Continue reading

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Christians and the General Election

Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats may currently be riding on the crest of a wave following last Thursday’s televised leadership debate, but he appears to have a lot of ground to make up with practising Christians in the UK. … Continue reading

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