• Latest Greek referendum polls
    Straight after the Greek referendum was announced actual polling evidence seemed quite light, but there has now been the expected rush in polling. Polls from ...
  • Grexit polls
    On Sunday there is a referendum in Greece on whether to accept the deal that was put to the Greek government before negotiations broke down ...
  • Polling news round up
    Labour leadership Regular polling remains sparse given the ongoing inquiry and that we’re in that odd sort of political interregnum with Labour yet to elect ...
  • The Polling Inquiry public meeting
    On Friday the BPC/MRS inquiry into the polls at the 2015 started rolling. The inquiry team had their first formal meeting in the morning and ...
  • Ipsos MORI/Standard – CON 39, LAB 30, LD 9, UKIP 8, GRN 6
    Ipsos MORI’s monthly political monitor is out, their first since the election. Topline figures are CON 39%, LAB 30%, LDEM 9%, UKIP 8%, GRN 6%. ...
  • Liz Kendall for Prime Minister
    I’m going to be putting this blog to sleep for a while.  That’s because I’ve decided to support Liz Kendall for Leader of the Labour ...
  • Together, in the National Interest?
    The Conservative party could cause Labour real problems by making a ‘big, open offer’. They won’t. On May 7th 2010, David Cameron made the smartest move ...
  • Putting the Boots in.
    As I grew up in Nottingham, I’m a big supporter of Boots. Raleigh bikes too. (I have mixed feelings about John Player). So when it ...
  • Who are you trying to persuade?
    Winning elections is about two pretty simple things. You’re either trying to change a voter’s mind about you or, if they like you just fine already,  giving them ...
  • Is silence the price of loyalty?
    I am finding it harder and harder to write on politics as we approach the election. This is because, believe it or not, I really want the Labour ...
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