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Immigration: Not as important as the politicians think?

The issues that matter most to voters' intimate lives are different to those they care about on a national level

By Peter Kellner  

JAN: Keith Vaz MP greets the first Romanians and Bulgarians with unrestricted access to the British labour market © Jennifer Cockerell/PA Archive/Press Association Images

As next year’s general election draws closer, which issues matter most to voters? On the face of it, the answer is simple. YouGov regularly shows voters a list of 13…

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