Duty to vote – comparisons


Overview

Graph 1: BAME generations: Duty to vote
Graph 2: BAME religions: Duty to vote
Graph 3: BAME gender: Duty to vote
Graph 4: BAME age: Duty to vote
All graphs are interactive. Click on columns to view percentages within ethnic groups. Click again to return to overall percentages.

Explanation
This page contains information about how different characteristics may affect the incidence of BAME groups agreeing that every citizen has a duty to vote (compared to disagreeing).  The characteristics chosen for comparison are BAME generation*, religion, gender and age.
*For an explanation of BAME generations please click here .


BAME generations and agreeing that every citizen has a duty to vote


1st Generation: Person who was born overseas
1.5 Generation: Person who was born overseas but arrived in Britain up to the age of 15 years old
2nd Generation: Person who was born in Britain
3rd Generation plus: Person who was born in Britain whose parents were also born in Britain
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BAME religions and agreeing that every citizen has a duty to vote

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BAME gender and agreeing that every citizen has a duty to vote

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BAME age and agreeing that every citizen has a duty to vote

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