5 edition of Britain Votes 2005 (Hansard Society Series in Politics and Government) found in the catalog.
November 18, 2005 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||Pippa Norris (Editor), Christopher Wlezien (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||242|
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'Britain Votes ' provides a comprehensive overview of the general election campaign plus a systematic analysis of the election results. Written in a clear, accessible and lively style, it is designed for students, colleagues, and practitioners.
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ISBN: / £ Britain Votes provides a balanced, Britain Votes 2005 book and topical overview of the campaign leading up to the British General Election and an analysis of the results presented in a straightforward, clear and lively style for students, colleagues and practitioners.
Britain at the Polls continues the tradition of previous editions by providing incisive commentary on the general elections in the United Kingdom.
John Bartle joins Anthony King and a group of eminent political experts to provide a measured analysis of the key issues and events that affected the election butors examine Format: Paperback. How Britain Voted in Base: "Absolutely certain to vote" (n = 10,); total 'n' = 17, GB adults aged 18+.
*Smaller base — not asked on every survey Source: MORI surveys for the Observer, Financial Times, Sun, Evening Standard and Sunday Mirror. BBC News General Election IN DETAIL: Party Seats Gain Loss Net Votes % +/-% Labour: 8, The Hansard Society's Britain Votes is one of now several series of books which come out after a British election.
The days when the only regular book was a new Nuffield series volume with David Butler as one of the authors are long gone/5(4). Incorporates material from the general election and discusses the electoral research.
This book provides an account of the development of electoral politics in Britain over the post war period, using the British Election Study (BES) survey data. It provides guidance on the main theoretical approaches to the study of voting behaviour.
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Table: general election results summary Party Seats Gain Loss Net Votes % ±% Candidates Labour: 0: 47 – 9, – Conservative. Britain Votes offers a comprehensive analysis of a remarkable contest. Britain Votes - Andrew Geddes; Jonathan Tonge - Oxford University Press The General Election was one of the most unpredictable in British political history.
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A comprehensive analysis of the General Election campaign, its outcome and consequences. Inspired by the Michigan Studies (and ‘The American Voter’) the results of theand election studies were published in Political Change in Britain: Forces Shaping Electoral Choice (David Butler and Donald Stokes - Macmillan, ).
The book emphasised the role of long-term forces in influencing the party choice of electors. On May 5,Prime Minister Tony Blair (see Biographies) led the U.K.’s Labour Party to its third consecutive election victory—the first time in Labour’s year history that it had won three such victories in succession.
Continuing arguments about Blair’s role in the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq inhowever, contributed to a sharp drop in Labour’s vote and to a reduction of. Reviews '[The New Extremism in 21st Century Britain] offers a fresh approach to understanding extremism, which other works in recent years have anthology is a timely contribution after the BNP sending its first elected members to European Parliament in The book is an excellent contribution to the study of extremism and radical British politics.'.
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As with other post-election books such as Britain at the Polls, Britain Votes edited by Andrew Geddes and Jonathan Tonge faces a dual challenge. On the one hand the growth of online political.
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'Britain Votes presents a solid lineup of leading scholars and a thorough review of the core issues of the election While, as one would expect, there is a great deal of overlap among the volumes on the election, Britain Votes has the advantage of.
As Britain votes, here are some of the main things to note about this strange election. Marginal Seats. In British elections, only a minority of the contested seats tend to change hands.
The NEBE announced final election results on Sept. 5,with the ruling EPRDF winning seats, or 60 percent of the total vote; government-affiliated parties claiming an additional 45 seats, or 8 percent of the total vote; and opposition parties winning seats, or 32 percent of the total Size: KB.
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