Voting

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  • Created on: 02-04-19 11:37
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  • Does the class system still matter in UK politics?
    • NO
      • The size and role of the working class has declined by more than half, making it less fo a political presence.
      • Increasing property ownership and improved education make it more difficult to categorise classes.
      • Successful parties have to appeal across a wide range of issues, not just those relating to class.
    • YES
      • Issues of tax and benefits remain a key distinction between the two main parties.
      • Many voters do still identify with a party based on their perceived class.
      • Geographic voting trends still reflect the relative wealth and class make-up of a region or constituency.
      • Class inequality and a lack of social mobility remain major concerns for many voters.

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