Political party most apt at improving education policies in GB in 2017, by age

Distribution of opinion in Great Britain regarding the most suitable political party for improving education policies in the UK in 2017, by age group

by Daniel Clark, last edited May 31, 2018
Political party most apt at improving education policies in GB in 2017, by age This statistic shows the most suitable political parties for dealing with issues concerning education and school policies in Great Britain (GB) according to an opinion poll among GB adults in June 2017, broken down by age. Of respondents between the ages of 18-24, 57 percent reported they believed the Labour Party to be the most able at improving the educational sector, with an 26 percent of respondents aged 65 and older believing in the Labour Party's ability. 41 percent of respondents aged 65 and older were sure the Conservative Party would be best at dealing with issues facing schools and the educational system, while 12 percent of respondents aged 18-24 put their trust in the Conservative Party.
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Distribution of opinion in Great Britain regarding the most suitable political party for improving education policies in the UK in 2017, by age group

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LabourConservativeLiberal DemocratUKIPOtherNoneDon't know
65+26%41%5%1%2%6%19%
50-6432%29%5%2%3%7%21%
25-4938%19%6%1%2%8%27%
18-2457%12%4%3%2%4%19%
LabourConservativeLiberal DemocratUKIPOtherNoneDon't know
65+26%41%5%1%2%6%19%
50-6432%29%5%2%3%7%21%
25-4938%19%6%1%2%8%27%
18-2457%12%4%3%2%4%19%
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by Daniel Clark, last edited May 31, 2018
This statistic shows the most suitable political parties for dealing with issues concerning education and school policies in Great Britain (GB) according to an opinion poll among GB adults in June 2017, broken down by age. Of respondents between the ages of 18-24, 57 percent reported they believed the Labour Party to be the most able at improving the educational sector, with an 26 percent of respondents aged 65 and older believing in the Labour Party's ability. 41 percent of respondents aged 65 and older were sure the Conservative Party would be best at dealing with issues facing schools and the educational system, while 12 percent of respondents aged 18-24 put their trust in the Conservative Party.
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