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House Effects in Sociological Research in UK

At the moment, the UK is in a highly unstable position. In which the status quo of the usual distribution of power among the ruling parties is violated, and the opinion of voters is extremely difficult to predict.

The Conservative and Labor parties received about 25% of the vote, which is a historical low, while the ruling party is content with about 18% of the vote, which also worries pollsters and analysts.

Among this confusion, sociological study indicators are very important, but a recent analysis has revealed a huge difference between the studies of different sociologists. That is why it is important to understand what the effect of the house is and how it affects the research being conducted.

House effects allow you to see a pattern in the study of certain scientists. The fact is that some researchers may unwittingly become dependent on certain parties and interpret publicly available information in line with certain political trends. Having determined such a trend, you can make an adjustment for effects and get a more or less objective picture of what is happening.

At the moment, the greatest bias in certain academics is towards the Brexit party, which indicates the unambiguous influence of the House Effect. Any sociological study in the UK in the coming years should be analyzed through the prism of this effect.