Electoral turnout is a variable. The level of turnout varies from country to country and within Britain it varies from one type of election to another and from one election to the next. In any one election turnout varies across constituencies or wards and it also varies from person to person: some people vote and some don’t. Variations across different types of election in Britain between 2005 and 2010 are illustrated in Table 2.1.
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