Jan Eichhorn

Chancellor's Fellow in Social Policy
University of Edinburgh
Chancellor's Fellow in Social Policy

Expertise

Young Voter

RT @golau_podcast: Prof Danny Dorling's research has provoked debate about Wales's vote for #Brexit in 2016. For another perspective you ca…

5 hours ago

RT @UKandEU: John Curtice @whatukthinks on increasing indyref2 support: "All of this increase in support for Yes registered by the polls ha…

6 hours ago

RT @asenevents: CALL FOR PAPERS ASEN Annual Conference 'Nationalism and Multiculturalism' 22-23 April at @EdinburghUni Abstract Submis…

1 day ago

This week marks 5 years since #indyref. What has changed? What remains the same? @McEwen_Nicola @MalcH @EveVHepburn… https://t.co/I0P6tkLNJ9

3 days ago

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Brexit Reflections

Brexit Reflections - d|part note on Brexit

Jan Eichhorn on behalf of the d|part team, discusses the long lasting implications of the #EURef outcome.
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Votes for the SNP are not votes for independence

The results of the general election in Scotland were described by Ed Miliband as a "nationalist surge" however, explains Jan Eichhorn, voting for the SNP and supporting and supporting independence are two different things.

Young voters and the referendum – a legacy

Jan Eichhorn on engaging young people with politics: Trusting schools and enfranchising 16-year olds.

Favouring not one union, but two: New evidence from the under 18-year olds

Jan Eichhorn discusses while there has been a substantial increase in support for Yes (as the polls suggest there has been in the population as a whole), still a clear majority of under-18 year olds want Scotland to remain in the Union.

Young people's independence referendum intentions narrow

New findings on the voting intentions of under-18s in the independence referendum reveal a narrowing gap

Who will turn up and who will stay home? The potential impact of differences in turnout

Jan Eichhorn looks at the tightening of the referendum race during the first few months of 2014.