Comparisons with the UK

What is the first comparison with the UK?
Easy and compulsory registration of voters
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What is the second comparison with the UK?
High turnout (although not in 2001, when turnout dropped to 59%)
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What is the third comparison with the UK?
The requirement for the voter to mark the ballot paper with a single cross: ticket splitting is not possible
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What is the fourth comparison with the UK?
Fewer voting opportunities
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What is the fifth comparison with the UK?
The role of class as the single most important determinant of the vote
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What is the sixth comparison with the UK?
Less emphasis on religious or ethnic factors influencing voting behaviour
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What is the second comparison with the UK?

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High turnout (although not in 2001, when turnout dropped to 59%)

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What is the third comparison with the UK?

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What is the fourth comparison with the UK?

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What is the fifth comparison with the UK?

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