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Citizens Advice Election Year Insights Briefing – Your invitation

Citizens Advice Data Insights – Predictions for an Election Year 18 January 12-1pm

National Citizens Advice is inviting stakeholders across the country to join its first data insights briefing of 2024. We’re delighted to be joined by the country’s most respected election analyst, Professor Sir John Curtice of Strathclyde University.

The event promises a unique insight into many people’s experience of the cost crisis through our real-time data dashboard.*

National data insights are built on Local Citizens Advice interactions.
On the agenda
  • Dame Clare Moriarty Citizens Advice national CEO and the policy team revisit predictions made at the start of 2023. What did we get right and wrong? Prospects and predictions for 2024.
  • We explore CA data from the 2019 election to the present to reveal key changes over this government and what they mean for the people we help
  • Professor Sir John Curtice discusses how the cost-of-living crisis and household budgets are influencing public opinion in election year.
Lisa Davis: “National experience supports and complements local advice.”
Lisa Davis, Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell Chief Executive said:

“I’m sure our partners and supporters in Epsom & Ewell will find this interesting. Anyone in a local council role or health service, a charity or housing association will recognise the issues.

“The day-to-day work of our advisers here in Surrey contributes to the national picture and campaigns. Our clients have their own issues shaped partly by the local economy and environment. However it’s essential we see them in a wider context** to keep up to date on all the latest developments.”

Register free of charge for Election Year Briefing here

* Check out the interactive data dashboard for latest impact of cost-of-living developments on local Citizens Advice clients across the country.c
** CAEE Research & Campaigns updates frequently cover prominent local issues as they relate to nationwide experience and economic/social policy.

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