How young voters have flocked to Labour since 2015
2017 UK General Election
According to new Ipsos MORI data, age has replaced class as the biggest determiner of how people vote in the UK. Labour was always a popular choice for younger voters and in 2017, the party's success can be attributed to the highest turnout of young people since 1992. As can be seen on the following infographic, young voters have flocked to Labour since 2015. Read the full story in the Independent.
This chart shows the change in voter share between the 2015 and 2017 UK general elections.
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