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Equality and Human Rights Commission Research report 57 Understanding the rise of the far right: Survey results Martin Boon ICM Research Understanding the rise of the far right: Survey results Martin Boon ICM Research © Equality and Human Rights Commission 2010 First published Spring 2010 ISBN 978 1 84206 276 0 EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION RESEARCH REPORT SERIES The Equality and Human Rights Commission Research Report Series publishes research carried out for the Commission by comm
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  Equality and Human Rights CommissionResearch report 57 Understanding the rise of thefar right: Survey results Martin BoonICM Research    Understanding the rise of the far right: Survey results Martin Boon ICM Research  ©  Equality and Human Rights Commission 2010 First published Spring 2010 ISBN 978 1 84206 276 0 EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION RESEARCH REPORT SERIES The Equality and Human Rights Commission Research Report Series publishes research carried out for the Commission by commissioned researchers The views expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Commission. The Commission is publishing the report as a contribution to discussion and debate. Please contact the Research Team for further information about other Commission research reports, or visit our website: Research Team Equality and Human Rights Commission  Arndale House The Arndale Centre Manchester M4 3AQ Email: research@equalityhumanrights.com Telephone: 0161 829 8500 Website: www.equalityhumanrights.com If you require this publication in an alternative format, please contact the Communications Team to discuss your needs at: communications@equalityhumanrights.com  Contents Tables...................................................................................................................... i Figures.................................................................................................................... ii  Abbreviations......................................................................................................... iii  Acknowledgements............................................................................................... iv Executive summary............................................................................................... v 1. Introduction................................................................................................. 1 1.1 Context and relevance of the research................................................... 1 1.2 Aims of the research............................................................................... 2 1.3 Methodology............................................................................................ 2 1.4 Interpretation of the data......................................................................... 6 1.5 Report structure...................................................................................... 6 2. The far-right voter: profile, behaviour and nature................................... 7 2.1 BNP voters and considerers: a profile..................................................... 7 2.2 Why vote for the BNP?............................................................................ 9 2.3 Why not vote for the BNP?...................................................................... 10   2.4 Chapter summary.................................................................................... 11   3. Local issues................................................................................................. 13 3.1 Introduction............................................................................................. 13 3.2 The most important issues facing people................................................ 16 3.3 Who has most responsibility for causing problems?............................... 18 3.4 Attitudes to the local council.................................................................... 19 3.5 Chapter summary.................................................................................... 21 4. Inter-ethnic contact, racism and prejudice............................................... 22   4.1 Contact with people who are not white British........................................ 22   4.2 Views about different ethnic groups........................................................ 24   4.3 Equality and fairness............................................................................... 26 4.4 British values........................................................................................... 29
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