Audit of Political Engagement 5 published
The annual Audit
of Political Engagement has become an important contribution to debate about
the public's view of the political process since it was first published in
2004. Each Audit 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 5 includes a special section on constitutional issues to discover how
much the public know about how our constitutional arrangements operate, which
areas they are satisfied with and which they think are ripe for reform. This
report is a valuable source of information and debate for all those who are
concerned with the health of our democratic system.
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Audit 5 was launched at the House of Commons on 27 March 2008. Speakers included the Minister for Constitutional Reform, Michael Wills
MP and Hansard Society Chairman Peter Riddell.
The raw survey data from the opinion polling carried out by Ipsos MORI for Audit 5 is available here. This project is supported by the House of Commons and the Ministry of Justice.
For the latest in the Audit series, please click here.