The annual Audit of Political Engagement carried out by the Hansard Society measures the nature and extent of political engagement and reveals where views have changed – and where they remain constant. It offers a yearly snapshot of political knowledge and engagement in Britain.
Audit 6 has a special focus on the public’s attitudes to political participation and citizenship and explores issues such as the degree to which people want to be actively involved in decision-making locally and nationally, how influential in decision-making they feel they are, and how satisfied they are with the system of governance in Britain.
This Audit indicates that an ‘Obama effect’ may be developing among British black and ethnic minorities (BMEs):
Audit 6 was funded by the Ministry of Justice and the House of Commons.
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