U-REPORTERS IN THE UK
The results of the UK General Election 2017 are in and it's been widely reported that 72% of 18-24 year olds turned out to vote. Here's why:
3 questions polled on this topic
23% response rate
46 responded out of 204 polled
Jun 9. 2017
91% of respondents don’t feel that young people’s concerns are heard by politicians. We’d like to know if this has changed throughout the election campaign. Do you feel like political parties have given enough attention to the issues important to you?
Jun 9. 2017
The British Election Survey reported that less than 60% of 18 to 24-year-olds voted in the 2015 general election. If a young person asked you why you should vote this Thursday, what would you say?
Jun 9. 2017
Which issues would you like to see prioritised by the new Government after the election?

POLL RESULTS

JUN 9. 2017
91% of respondents don’t feel that young people’s concerns are heard by politicians. We’d like to know if this has changed throughout the election campaign. Do you feel like political parties have given enough attention to the issues important to you?
46 responded out of 204 polled
Female
60%
No
 
No
40%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
47%
No
 
No
53%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
0%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no

15-19
50%
yes
 
yes
50%
no
 
no

20-24
57%
yes
 
yes
43%
no
 
no

25-30
50%
yes
 
yes
50%
no
 
no

31-34
0%
yes
 
yes
100%
no
 
no

35+
0%
yes
 
yes
100%
no
 
no
57%
No
 
No
43%
Yes
 
Yes
JUN 9. 2017
The British Election Survey reported that less than 60% of 18 to 24-year-olds voted in the 2015 general election. If a young person asked you why you should vote this Thursday, what would you say?
39 responded out of 45 polled
vote
future
make
can
people
change
don
heard
right
young
difference
voting
chance
politicians
voice
will
get
maybe
complain
country
either
election
important
mate
matters
moan
now
opinion
outcome
political
power
show
take
unless
us
ve
voted
younger
18
25
accept
action
affect
balance
behind
best
bother
campaign
candidate
cant
JUN 9. 2017
Which issues would you like to see prioritised by the new Government after the election?
38 responded out of 39 polled
education
health
services
fees
housing
nhs
tuition
brexit
care
funding
employment
immigration
mental
public
women
ending
ensuring
foreign
healthcare
marijuana
people
poverty
spending
support
violence
young
access
adequate
affordable
aid
automation
available
benefits
change
children
climate
concerning
conflict
connections
contracts
cuts
cutting
deal
decimated
dfid
digitised
disabled
disarmament
domestic
east

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