Cambridge Voting Behaviour Survey (summary)

Jim Jepps


This report represents the findings of independent research on voting behaviour in the local elections on the 4th May 2006. The primary data was collected on Mill Road, in the Romsey Ward of Cambridge.


The aim of this investigation is two fold. Firstly to gain more detailed information about how people use their vote and secondly to grapple with why non-voters did not vote.


Whilst, by necessity, the sample size was relatively small (256 respondents) it is large enough for us draw tentative conclusions. There are a number of indicators from this study to suggest the following:-




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May 2006

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