Religion and Euroscepticism in Brexit Britain:How religion influenced public opinion on the UK’s wit

The missing link: religion and British politicsWhat was the contribution of religion to the rise of Euroscepticism in Britain and the Brexit vote?The research questions and conclusions of the bookHow does religion affect Euroscepticism?How has the relationship between religion and voter behaviour in Britain changed because of rising Euroscepticism and/or Brexit?Theorising religion and EuroscepticismWhat do we mean by ‘Euroscepticism’?What do we mean by ‘religion’?How does religion shape Euroscepticism?Religious belonging and Euroscepticism: the history of political and religious institutionsReligious belonging and Euroscepticism: political ideologyReligious belonging and Euroscepticism: religion and national identityReligious belonging and Euroscepticism: party identificationReligious behaviour and Euroscepticism: elite cues and social capitalReligious belief and Euroscepticism: Christian tenetsConclusionEuroscepticism and religion before BrexitReligion and the 1975 referendumReligion and Euroscepticism after 1975: on the road to BrexitThe change in the relationship between religious belonging and EuroscepticismConclusionReligion and the Brexit referendumReligion and vote choice in the 2016 referendumIdentifying the religious effectsRegression analysis resultsConclusionUntangling (in)direct effects of religion on EuroscepticismStructural equation modelling and the relationship between religion and EuroscepticismThe effect of religion on utilitarian and affective EuroscepticismAnalysis details and resultsDetails of the SEMsSEM resultsSummary and conclusionCushioning the blow: religion and party politics in the age of BrexitReligion and voting in Britain before and after BrexitThe origin of the ‘Christian vote’The ‘Christian vote’ and EU membershipA Brexit effect?ConclusionConcluding thoughtsBibliography
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