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Perceived likelihood of voting in the 2017 UK general election

Perceived likelihood of British citizens voting in the 2017 general election in the United Kingdom on June 8th 2017*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 19, 2016
Perceived likelihood of voting in the 2017 UK general election This graph shows the share of respondents who intended - or did not intend - to vote in the 2017 general election in the United Kingdom (UK) on June 8th 2017. As of that time, almost two thirds of the people surveyed stated that they definitely intended to vote whereas 7 percent intended not to vote.
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Perceived likelihood of British citizens voting in the 2017 general election in the United Kingdom on June 8th 2017*

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