The results of the election have been extraordinary, and it’s vital to understand how far the radical remaking of the Labour Party from 2015 may have been responsible. Is Labour now a social movement or an electoral force capable of winning an outright majority? Siobhan McAndrew writes it is currently not fully either. She explains why and the implications […]
Siobhan McAndrew investigates the most recent wave of the British Election Study online panel. She finds that overall religious affiliation matters for how people feel towards the major parties but there is a substantial overlap between religious affiliation and other identities and basic values.
Social scientists have become interested in cultural values and how they explain the seismic political events […]