All major examination boards require a thorough understanding of the factors explaining the outcome of elections, including the impact of party policies and campaigns, voting patterns and trends, partisanship and the wider political context of elections.
Why did the Conservatives win in 2019? The question is simpler than the answer — any summary of 32 million vote choices is bound to be a simplification. Nonetheless, we can identify the Conservatives’ two key advantages over Labour.
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