Measuring Turnout – Who Voted in 2010?. British Election Study - 2010. Harold Clarke, David Sanders, Marianne Stewart, Paul Whiteley, University of Essex and University of Texas at Dallas email@example.com. Turnout Figures in the 2005 and 2010 British Election Study Surveys for Britain.
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British Election Study - 2010
Harold Clarke, David Sanders, Marianne Stewart, Paul Whiteley,
University of Essex and University of Texas at Dallas
Likelihood of Voting Scale in the Pre-Election Survey Percentages Exceeding Actual Turnout‘Please think of a scale that runs from 0 to 10, where 0 means very unlikely and 10 means very likely, how likely is it that you will vote in the next general election that may be held soon?’
Efficacy in the Rational Choice Model Post-Election ‘Please use the 0 to 10 scale to tell me how likely it is that the votes of people like you will make a difference to which party wins the election in this constituency’