Kev, I heard it put over as more or less education but I think it was probably based on the usual social class definitions, A, B, C etc. which correlate with educational attainment.
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Ergo, all poor people are thick. Doesn't this type of facile assumption make you mad!
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If you're poor and/or out of work then you're more likely to feel that you've nothing to lose by voting for change. If you're younger (and you could vote from 16 upwards in this referendum) you'll probably feel that you've got less to lose by voting for change than would someone with a family, house etc.
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