More than half of students are ready to vote tactically in the general election, with Brexit the key factor, according to research.
The analysis from the Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi) says 53% will vote in a way to maximise the chances of their side of the Brexit divide.
The poll of more than 1,000 undergraduates shows 74% oppose Brexit.
Hepi director Nick Hillman says for many students it would be “full-on tactical voting because of Brexit”.
The 12 December election date means many students will be back in their family home for Christmas – but they will still have the option to vote in their university constituency, or from their home address.
Brexit or fees?
But the polling analysis from Hepi, using data from YouthSight polling firm, shows more students expecting to vote tactically than in the previous election, with Brexit driving much…
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