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Workers exposed to digitalization become more supportive of the Conservatives and of the incumbent government

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Publication date

09 May 2022

Subjects

Politics, Information And Communication Technologies, Sociology Of Labour, Computing, Elections. Electoral Behaviour, Science And Technology, Education, Labour Market, Organizations And Firms, and Economics

Source

British Politics and Policy at LSE

Links

https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/consequences-of-workplace-digitalization/


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