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Race and elections

Authors

Editors

Omar Khan and Kjartan Sveinsson

Publication date

Apr 2015

Summary

Race and Elections, covers ethnic minority voters, candidates,
the far right, UKIP, religious mobilisation, registration and BME groups
in Scotland. It reveals that the parties were only half as likely to
contact ethnic minority as white British voters in 2010. They need to
close that gap this month, or they may be losing votes that could make
all the difference.

Subjects

Politics, Religion, Ethnic Groups, and Race Relations

Links

http://www.runnymedetrust.org/uploads/RaceandElectionsFINAL_interactive.pdf


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    Hugh Muir, Omar Khan, Anthony Heath, et al.

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