Nine in ten people cannot name the Police and Crime Commissioner
NINE in ten people cannot name their police and crime commissioner, a poll has shown.
The findings have been highlighted by the Electoral Reform Society, who said the November elections "failed both candidates and voters."
Out of 1,624 people surveyed across the country, 11 per cent could name the person that runs their police force.
Turnout for the elections across England and Wales was 15.1 per cent.
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In Notts, 16.77 per cent of people voted with Labour candidate Paddy Tipping winning.
MAP: Turnout across Notts in each district