Aktywność wyborcza polskich emigrantów w Wielkiej Brytanii wobec wyborów w Polsce
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The dissertation Election activity of Polish emigrants in Great Britain towards elections in Poland is devoted to electoral behaviours of Polish people living in the United Kingdom after 2004, especially these one participating in the presidential election in the country of origin in 2010 and 2015. It presents characteristics of the socio-economic profile of Polish emigrants, the author undertakes to present the Polish minority in the UK in terms of size, place of residence, gender and age structure, level of education as well as the employment sector. The differences between individual migratory waves (2004 - 2008 – 2015) are analyzed and it points to common elements as well as trends, distinguishing in individual years of outgoing Poles in terms of numerical structure and growing expectations regarding living standards of emigrants in Great Britain. It highlights the transition from the masculized migration of Poles (2004) by the feminized (2008) to the current wave (2015). It marks a clear change in the level of education of incoming people. Electoral behaviors of Polish emigrants in the United Kingdom during the presidential elections of 2015 are explored in terms of turnout, the degree of electoral participation of Poles staying on the Isles in various periods of time. What is the degree of interest in participating in elections taking place in the country of origin? and what factor has the greatest impact on voter activity in voting. Engagement in the election, analyzed based on the place of residence, age structure, sex, education and employment.
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