Why your vulnerability to automation is linked to how you’ll vote
With yet another election campaign underway, all eyes are on the seats where people voted to leave the EU in 2016, to see how they will vote now. The character of a constituency has become a major factor in analysing how political candidates will fare. Is it urban or rural? What is the average age of residents? Is there a university?
But at The Institute for the Future of Work, we’ve identified another major factor in determining voting patterns: the vulnerability of a local area to automation.