Votes at 16? The case against

@article{Cowley2004VotesA1,
  title={Votes at 16? The case against},
  author={P. Cowley and D. Denver},
  journal={Representation},
  year={2004},
  volume={41},
  pages={57 - 62}
}
Following the decision of the Electoral Commission in 2003 to consider the question of whether the voting age should be lowered, the issue has attracted a good deal of interest and comment. Most of the running has been made by those in favour of change, with some politicians eagerly climbing aboard what they perceive to be a bandwagon. Even though all of the available evidence suggests that the vast majority of the electorate (almost 80 per cent in one survey) is opposed to giving the vote to… Expand
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