Most of us don’t agree with a single party across all issues

The ‘policy comparison’ tool Vote for Policies crunched the numbers from the 1.1 million responses to their pre-election survey in 2019. Vote for Policies’ Matt Chocqueel-Mangan explains their findings. This is an edited version of the research findings published on their site here. A general election prompts us to choose one party’s set of policies … Continue reading Most of us don’t agree with a single party across all issues