First published in 1998. This volume is an investigation of the Electoral Behaviour in Greenwich in order to consider how people vote and their political behaviour. It focuses on the General Election which took place in February 1950. The method of inquiry involved sample interviews being made in three successive waves. This part of the work was entrusted to the British Institute of Public Opinion.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Chapter 1 Background to a Survey; Chapter 2 The Constituency; Chapter 3 Local Political Organisation; Chapter 4 Background to an Election; Chapter 5 The Local Campaign; Chapter 6 The Social Geography of Politics; Chapter 7 Political Choice and Views About Class; Chapter 8 The Personal Investment; Chapter 9 Vote Intention and Opinions on Part y Policy; Chapter 10 Who Was Reached By The Campaign?; Chapter 11 Types of Change in Vote Intention; Chapter 12 Who Were the Changers?; Chapter 13 Political Issues and Part y Loyalty;
Mark Benney, A. P. Gray, R. H. Pear