Referendum class analysis
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These tables are a work in progress, intended to question and test the theory that the EU referendum result represented a "working class revolt".
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I use the Ashcroft poll data as my main source, because they come the closest to measuring voters' class position directly, as opposed to other tables which use geographical areas as their basis.
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The main weakness of the Ashcroft data tables for my purposes is that turnout in response to the poll by social grade apparently does not correspond to actual turnout to vote by social grade.
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...therefore I am on the lookout for better data.
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I am not a statistician, and although I have had a little input from other people, some with more political science expertise than myself, all errors are my own.
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This document can only be edited by me, but please feel free to copy these tables and play with them yourself to see if you can replicate and improve upon my analysis.
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I welcome feedback and links to more comprehensive data sets!
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Intro
Ashcroft turnouts
Flat turnouts
2015 GE turnouts scaled up