Delayed onset adulthood keeps young Brits away from ballot box

Posted by on May 3, 2016 5:16 pm
Categories: health

The poor voter turnout of young Brits can be explained by the delayed transition to adulthood, says new research. Research shows that if today’s young adults were as ‘mature’ as young people from the pre-war generation, voter turnout among young people in the UK these days would be 12 percentage points higher.

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