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At the same time, the proportions of people who had little or no interest in politics who also said there was not much difference between the parties increased, from 31 percent in 1997, to 58 percent in 2001, to 55 percent in 2005.103 Curtice et al states that 'the perception that there is not much difference between the parties grew most rapidly between 1997 and 2001 amongst the least interested in politics.'

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