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What would be The Guardian's social demographic and social class based on the fact it's centre-left?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...United_Kingdom - as Wikipedia mentionsI assume it would be C2 - B
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What would be The Guardian's social demographic and social class based on the fact it's centre-left?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...United_Kingdom - as Wikipedia mentionsI assume it would be C2 - B
The Guardian is typically centre to centre-left and I would also say that the social class/demographic of its readership is between C2 to B (skilled working class to middle class).
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