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The age profile of Conservative voting intention

Among 18–24 year olds, 14% said they would vote Conservative if there
was an election today. 62% said they would vote Labour. 9% of this group
said they would vote for the Liberal Democrats.

Among those over 65 years old, the opposite was true, 56% of respondents
said they would vote Conservative, against 24% for Labour. The only groups with a net positive vote for Conservatives are 55–64s and voters over the age of 65.

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