Posts Tagged “anthony wells”

How you can take part in LibDemVoice’s exclusive party member surveys

by Stephen Tall on August 27, 2012

LibDemVoice’s surveys of party members signed-up to our discussion forum have been running for over three years now. (I posted yesterday the final set of figures from our most recent poll.) Our surveys are a way of testing members’ views on a variety of hot topics. And as they’ve been running throughout the first two […]

LibLink: Anthony Wells ‘On that poll of Lib Dem members ‘

by Stephen Tall on August 25, 2012

As my LibDemVoice colleague Caron Lindsay noted here, our poll asking when Lib Dem members want Nick Clegg to stand down has attracted a fair bit of coverage this week (including in the Daily Mail: I’ve showered three times since reading it, I still feel unclean). Over at his essential UK Polling Report blog, the […]

Lib Dems in 1st or 2nd place in almost 300 seats across UK

by Stephen Tall on May 10, 2010

One of the least known facts about the last parliament, and which deserved to be more widely publicised, was that the Lib Dems were either in first or second place in 250 constituencies across the UK – which made the media’s tired and almost exclusive concentration on Labour and the Tories for most of the […]

Pollwatch Day 21 #GE2010 – Lib Dems in second place, at 28-31%, in today’s polls

by Stephen Tall on April 26, 2010

Four polls published tonight, as follows:

ICM in the Guardian … CON 33%(-2), LAB 28%(+2), LIB DEM 30%(-1)
Opinium in the Express … CON 34%(+2), LAB 25%(-1), LIB DEM 28%(-1)
ComRes for ITV/Independent … CON 32%(-2), LAB 28%(nc), LIB DEM 31%(+2)
YouGov in the Sun … CON 33%(-1), LAB 28%(nc), LIB DEM 29%(-1)

All movement is within the margin of […]

Are YouGov and Murdoch ‘push-polling’ for the Tories?

by Stephen Tall on April 19, 2010

‘Push-polls’, for those unfamiliar with the term, are a political campaigning technique “in which an individual or organization attempts to influence or alter the view of respondents under the guise of conducting a poll” (Wikipedia).*
And it looks like Rupert Murdoch’s Sun newspaper someone [EDIT 20/4/2010 – see Update below) has been paying internet polling firm […]