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Robert McKenzie
Robert Trelford McKenzie (11 September 1917 – 12 October 1981) was a Canadian professor of politics and sociology, and a psephologist (one who does statistical analysis of elections). He is perhaps most well known in Britain as one of the main presenters of the BBC's General Election programmes. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the son of William Meldrum McKenzie and Frances (née) Chapman, he was educated at King Edward High School and the University of British Columbia from which he graduated with a BA. He was a lecturer at the same university from 1937 to 1942. In 1943, he joined the Canadian Army and a year later, with the rank of captain, was sent to London where he remained for the rest of his working life. Leaving the services three years later, McKenzie enrolled at the London School of Economics to study for a doctorate. In 1949, he was given a sociology lectureship, and was promoted to professor in 1964.
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Born: 1917
Died: 1981

Alternate Names: McKenzie, Robert Trelford, McKenzie, Robert Trelford 1917-1981, McKenzie, Robert Trelford, 1917-, McKenzie, Robert Trelford (Robert Trelford), McKenzie, Robert T. 1917-1981, McKenzie, Robert T., McKenzie, Robert (psephologist), Mc Kenzie, Robert Trelford 1917-1981, MacKenzie, Robert Trelford., McKenzie, Robert 1917-1981, MacKenzie, Robert Trelford 1917-1981, McKenzie, R. T. 1917-1981, McKenzie, Robert., Mc Kenzie Robert T., Trelford McKenzie, Robert 1917-1981, マッケンジー, R. T, McKenzie, R. T. (Robert Trelford), マッケンジー, R, McKenzie, R. T., Mc Kenzie, Robert Trelford., Mac Kenzie Robert T., MacKenzie, Robert T., Robert Trelford McKenzie
Occupation(s): sociologist
Employer(s): London School of Economics and Political Science, BBC