In an election characterised by a focus on Brexit, gender-neutral campaigns, and a dominant Conservative Party supported by more men than women, Rosalind Shorrocks explains the ways in which gender may affect vote choice. She writes that although Labour is particularly popular among young women, this is also the demographic most undecided about how to vote.
|Specialist publication||LSE Impact of Social Sciences Blog|
|Publication status||Published - 31 May 2017|
- general election