Voters value limiting influence of party donors more than ID checks

By Martin Ford | 06 June 2018

Voters are more concerned with unbalanced media coverage and party donors than ID at polling stations, a survey has suggested.

The Electoral Reform Society has pointed to its research suggesting Government plans for mandatory ID checks of voters, as trialled in May’s elections, are among the least of the public’s concerns.
 

Want full article access?


Receive The MJ magazine each week and gain access to all the content on this website with a subscription.

Full website content includes additional, exclusive commentary and analysis on the issues affecting local government.

`

Already a subscriber? Login

Electoral register Local elections
Top

The MJ Awards Nomination Deadline

x

Friday 28th January

Enter your team, a colleague or organisation who's hard work over the last year deserves recognition.
ENTER NOW

theMJ Awards