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After the last cabinet reshuffle before the general election, we asked Brits what they thought about the changes, in particular the promotion of more women to the top table. Although skeptical about Cameron's intentions, most agreed that it was important for the Cabinet to look like the people it governs.

The group which seemed to react most positively to the reshuffle was the 18-34 age group, 23% of whom were more likely to vote Conservative because of it.

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