Voting Behaviour and the Media

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1979 General Election
1997 General Election
2017 General Election
Media Influence
How voters decide

1979 General Election

1997 General Election

This collection of study notes is designed to support students revising Section (Strategic Methods: How to Pursue Strategies) of the AQA A Level Business… Enterprise Business, Social Enterprise, Economics Lessons, Gcse Economics, Labour Economics, A Level Business Studies, Circular Flow Of Income, Business Theories, Thematic Analysis
Gcse EconomicsLabour EconomicsA Level Business Studies

General Election in Focus - 1997 | Politics | tutor2u

This series of resources supports students and teachers exploring the key features of the General Election in 1997.

2017 General Election

This collection of study notes is designed to support students revising Section (Strategic Methods: How to Pursue Strategies) of the AQA A Level Business… Enterprise Business, Social Enterprise, Economics Lessons, Gcse Economics, Labour Economics, A Level Business Studies, Circular Flow Of Income, Business Theories, Thematic Analysis
Gcse EconomicsLabour EconomicsA Level Business Studies

General Election in Focus - 2017 | Politics | tutor2u

This series of resources supports students and teachers exploring the key features of the General Election in June 2017.

Media Influence

Why the Victorians were colour blind. In the century, race mattered far less than social distinction: a West African tribal chief was unquestionably superior to an East End costermonger. By Kenan Malik

Should pre-election opinion polls be banned? A third of MPs think so

Unlike many other countries, including France, India, Italy and Spain, the UK does not ban the publication of opinion polls in the run-up to a general election. But as a new poll from ComRes shows, a significant number of MPs believe it should. The survey of 159 MPs (carried out following the decision of the Indian Election Commission to ban polls in the final 48 hours of campaigning in the five states holding elections this month) found that 30% support a ban on polls for "a defined period"…

 There’s no need to – they don’t work anyway

Ban pre-election polls? There’s no need to – they don’t work anyway | Martha Gill

Using opinion polls to pick the winner is about as accurate as using Google Earth to measure out your food portions, says political journalist Martha Gill

Visit BBC News for up-to-the-minute news, breaking news, video, audio and feature stories. BBC News provides trusted World and UK news as well as local and .

Should polling be banned before an election?

Elections expert David Cowling considers if a ban on pre-election polls would be good for democracy.

How voters decide

YouGov conducts one of Britain's biggest ever post-election surveys to chart how the nation's political character is shifting

How Britain voted at the 2017 general election | YouGov

YouGov conducts one of Britain's biggest ever post-election surveys to chart how the nation's political character is shifting

The new PM's first job: Impress the cat - BBC News Battersea Dogs, Fawlty Towers, Mrs May, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, Uk Politics, Put On Weight, Number 10, David Cameron
Tony BlairPut On Weight

BBC Radio 4 - Analysis, How Voters Decide: Part One

Rosie Campbell examines the bias that voters bring to the ballot box.

Why the Victorians were colour blind. In the century, race mattered far less than social distinction: a West African tribal chief was unquestionably superior to an East End costermonger. By Kenan Malik

Should pre-election opinion polls be banned? A third of MPs think so

Unlike many other countries, including France, India, Italy and Spain, the UK does not ban the publication of opinion polls in the run-up to a general election. But as a new poll from ComRes shows, a significant number of MPs believe it should. The survey of 159 MPs (carried out following the decision of the Indian Election Commission to ban polls in the final 48 hours of campaigning in the five states holding elections this month) found that 30% support a ban on polls for "a defined period"…

 There’s no need to – they don’t work anyway

Ban pre-election polls? There’s no need to – they don’t work anyway | Martha Gill

Using opinion polls to pick the winner is about as accurate as using Google Earth to measure out your food portions, says political journalist Martha Gill

Visit BBC News for up-to-the-minute news, breaking news, video, audio and feature stories. BBC News provides trusted World and UK news as well as local and .

Should polling be banned before an election?

Elections expert David Cowling considers if a ban on pre-election polls would be good for democracy.

YouGov conducts one of Britain's biggest ever post-election surveys to chart how the nation's political character is shifting

How Britain voted at the 2017 general election | YouGov

YouGov conducts one of Britain's biggest ever post-election surveys to chart how the nation's political character is shifting

This collection of study notes is designed to support students revising Section (Strategic Methods: How to Pursue Strategies) of the AQA A Level Business… Enterprise Business, Social Enterprise, Economics Lessons, Gcse Economics, Labour Economics, A Level Business Studies, Circular Flow Of Income, Business Theories, Thematic Analysis
Gcse EconomicsLabour EconomicsA Level Business Studies

General Election in Focus - 2017 | Politics | tutor2u

This series of resources supports students and teachers exploring the key features of the General Election in June 2017.

This collection of study notes is designed to support students revising Section (Strategic Methods: How to Pursue Strategies) of the AQA A Level Business… Enterprise Business, Social Enterprise, Economics Lessons, Gcse Economics, Labour Economics, A Level Business Studies, Circular Flow Of Income, Business Theories, Thematic Analysis
Gcse EconomicsLabour EconomicsA Level Business Studies

General Election in Focus - 1997 | Politics | tutor2u

This series of resources supports students and teachers exploring the key features of the General Election in 1997.

The new PM's first job: Impress the cat - BBC News Battersea Dogs, Fawlty Towers, Mrs May, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, Uk Politics, Put On Weight, Number 10, David Cameron
Tony BlairPut On Weight

BBC Radio 4 - Analysis, How Voters Decide: Part One

Rosie Campbell examines the bias that voters bring to the ballot box.