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1 million welfare supported voters undiscovered

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1 million voters undiscovered.

Disability and the UK General Election 2015.

A consolidated data view of the social security counts of welfare supported claimants.  Many welfare supported claimants between 60 and 64 are difficult to reach.  Those claimants are entitled to claim pre-retirement benefits which are not classified as unemployment.  A significant number have a disability.  How will they be reached in the UK 2015 General Election?

Find out more about these potential 1m voters.  Read here https://www.scribd.com/doc/254303655/Analysis-of-the-60-64-year-group-of-welfare-supported-voters

The working age and pension age claimant group 60 – 64 years includes incapacity, widow, income support, housing benefit, disability, council tax, carers and unemployment benefits.

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