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Something I find interesting is that I have to go into Ashcroft's tables to find out how many were neither unionist nor nationalist (178 out of 1542, or slightly above 10%), and there is no breakdown of their opinions. It can't be for statistical reasons, as the age group 18-25 has a smaller sample and their opinions are presented (they like Remain, unification and Corbyn).

I guess the Neithers are simply politically invisible. I wonder how they vote and if they do vote. Maybe some pollster could ask them.

by fjallstrom on Fri Sep 13th, 2019 at 11:41:47 AM EST
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