Posts Tagged “electoral calculus”

The polls in 2014: what they show with 133 days left til 7 May 2015

by Stephen Tall on December 24, 2014

The final polls of the year have been published — getting on for 500 have been commissioned in 2014 — and their story is told in the graph below. It shows Labour’s declining (down from c.38% to c.33%), the Tories static (at c.32%), Ukip on the rise (up from c.12% to c.16%), and the Lib […]

Latest ICM poll shows Lib Dems at 14%. I’d call that “mildly encouraging”

by Stephen Tall on January 14, 2014

The latest ICM poll for The Guardian is published today. Its topline figures show Labour on 35% (-2%), the Tories on 32% (n/c), with the Lib Dems on 14% (+2%) and Ukip on 10% (+1%). The changes from last month are all within the margin of error, so nothing too dramatic can be read into […]



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