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Expat Survey: Understanding the voting habits of British expats

Expat voting

At the elections in 2014 only 35,000 expats voted, representing just 0.6% of all British expats eligible to vote.

This year's general election in May is likely to be the closest fought election in memory with four parties said to be in the running. But as a British expat, are you planning to have your say - and which party would you vote for?

Complete our General Election survey before 23.59 on the 12th April 2015 and, if you leave your personal details, you will be entered into a free prize draw to win a prize of £100 in shopping vouchers of your choice.

Please complete the survey below

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What do we do with the data?

Once the survey deadline has passed, we will analyse the anonymous data to understand more about how expats view UK politics and voting in general.

Any personal information provided is used for the prize draw, nothing else (unless otherwise stated).

We do not share or sell this data to third parties and we are independent with no links to governments, so we hope you will feel free to join in and share the survey with your friends.

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