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## 11251: Municipal and county council election. Reasons not to vote, by size of municipality (per cent) (closed series) 2015

Øyvin Kleven, Statistics Norway
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Tove Bergseteren, Statistics Norway
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2016-06-09 10:00
Illness or disability (own or a family member):
per cent
Was out of town or not in the area:
per cent
Forgot to vote:
per cent
Not interested, did not feel my vote would make a difference:
per cent
Was too busy with other things, had to prioritise work or studies:
per cent
Did not think I was eligible to vote:
per cent
None of the parties or candidates share my views:
per cent
The differences between the parties are too small:
per cent
There are no important local issues that I feel strongly about:
per cent
I don't know enough about what the parties stand for:
per cent
I don't have faith in the local politicians in my municipality:
per cent
I don't know enough about the candidates standing for election:
per cent
Illness or disability (own or a family member):
Election day
Was out of town or not in the area:
Election day
Forgot to vote:
Election day
Not interested, did not feel my vote would make a difference:
Election day
Was too busy with other things, had to prioritise work or studies:
Election day
Did not think I was eligible to vote:
Election day
None of the parties or candidates share my views:
Election day
The differences between the parties are too small:
Election day
There are no important local issues that I feel strongly about:
Election day
I don't know enough about what the parties stand for:
Election day
I don't have faith in the local politicians in my municipality:
Election day
I don't know enough about the candidates standing for election:
Election day
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.All municipalities , 0 - 1 999 inhabitants , 2 000 - 4 999 inhabitants ,

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Number of selected cells exceeds the maximum allowed 300 000
Classification of municipalities by population size 1998.