How do voters make choices at elections? How do they decide even whether or not it is worth taking part in those elections? These are among the most intensively studied questions in political science, and yet there are no agreed answers. Media coverage of election results tends to focus on often small and short-term shifts in party support, while academic studies are focused on broader sociological and psychological questions such as social class, economic change, and party allegiance.
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