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ultimately it's a comparative between the variable of regional voting preferences and other cultural and strategic reasons to why people vote that way.

Region in regards to voting trends are considerably clear with common voting habits ranging with the north voting for labour and conservative obtaining support in the south, as well noting Scottish nationalism there could be the regional identity linked to voting preference in Scotland, commonly this is down the fundamentals of social development and movement of people, the conservatives dominate the south and shires as they are more socially capable to live in a wider variety of locations whereas those in the north may have stronger social ties to their community and services and due to the electoral desert issues with fptp then these areas consistently show trends with labour unlike class trends in 2017

Turnout can also be defined by region, those in the north are less likely to vote whilst those in the south are more likely whether to preserve a conservative government that acts fiscally in their favour or otherwise to prevent a labour government to do such with their wealth, commonly this translates back to traditional voting habits whereby those in the north are the least engaged in politics due to the lower quality of education and benefit of the south and so more susceptible to disillusion hence why the north overwhelmingly voted to leave in the eu referendum in 2016

That's all I have unfortunately I can relate to your frustration with edexcel, taking the same course they are testing us on almost every point as an essay if they could, I went back to democracy and participation unit realising how much they can test you in, have you testing on concepts such as changes in politics e.g. No longer facing a participation crisis, fptp no longer representative,

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ultimately it's a comparative between the variable of regional voting preferences and other cultural and strategic reasons to why people vote that way.

Region in regards to voting trends are considerably clear with common voting habits ranging with the north voting for labour and conservative obtaining support in the south, as well noting Scottish nationalism there could be the regional identity linked to voting preference in Scotland, commonly this is down the fundamentals of social development and movement of people, the conservatives dominate the south and shires as they are more socially capable to live in a wider variety of locations whereas those in the north may have stronger social ties to their community and services and due to the electoral desert issues with fptp then these areas consistently show trends with labour unlike class trends in 2017

Turnout can also be defined by region, those in the north are less likely to vote whilst those in the south are more likely whether to preserve a conservative government that acts fiscally in their favour or otherwise to prevent a labour government to do such with their wealth, commonly this translates back to traditional voting habits whereby those in the north are the least engaged in politics due to the lower quality of education and benefit of the south and so more susceptible to disillusion hence why the north overwhelmingly voted to leave in the eu referendum in 2016

That's all I have unfortunately I can relate to your frustration with edexcel, taking the same course they are testing us on almost every point as an essay if they could, I went back to democracy and participation unit realising how much they can test you in, have you testing on concepts such as changes in politics e.g. No longer facing a participation crisis, fptp no longer representative,
Oh Girl...thanks for your help....I appreciate it....Good luck for your exams and let me know how they go....what other subjects are you taking at a level...me got pol (obviously), RS, and Psychology
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