Labour voters are more likely to want action on antisemitism

Our polling for Times Red Box reveals that Labour voters are slightly likelier than Tories and Lib Dems to think that efforts to ensure equality for Jewish people have not gone far enough.
Concern about antisemitism highest amongst older people
However older people were likelier than younger people to support action on antisemitism, meaning that within each age group, the party effect was stronger, and within each party’s support, the age effect was stronger.
Concern about antisemitism higher among Labour voters
You can read full analysis on the Times website, see the tables here, and sign up for updates from Number Cruncher Politics here. Image credit flickr/Tim Adams (CC BY 2.0)

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