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Will the Tory boost in the polls last? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 19 December 2011 David Cameron and the Conservatives enjoyed a poll boost after deploying his European veto. Tom Mludzinski says the economy will dictate whether it is merely a temporary bump or something more substantial Will the Tory boost in the polls last?
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World AIDS Day 2011: Are we getting closer to zero? Leila Tavakoli, Research Manager 1 December 2011 On World AIDS Day 2011, Leila Tavakoli considers what the British public think of the problem of HIV/AIDS in developing countries today and how close this is to reality. World AIDS Day 2011: Are we getting closer to zero?
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Eurozone in crisis but political stability at home Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 28 November 2011 As the eurozone crisis continues, with Berlusconi and Papandreou losing their jobs, Tom Mludzinski reports that British leaders may take some comfort in the stability of their own satisfaction ratings Eurozone in crisis but political stability at home
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“God must be a Conservative”: views from the Conservative Party conference fringe Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 6 October 2011 Tom Mludzinski reflects on the research we presented at the 2011 Conservative Party fringe event we held with Reuters. “God must be a Conservative”: views from the Conservative Party conference fringe
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Is ‘good’ good enough for the Labour Party? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 29 September 2011 The Politics Wire Blog: Tom Mludzinski analyses our expert panels view from the Labour Party conference (includes slides). Is ‘good’ good enough for the Labour Party?
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Taking the lead on the economy Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 16 September 2011 The economy is the number one issue of concern and a great opportunity for Labour to provide strong Opposition. Tom Mludzinski discusses polling showing Labour lagging behind the Conservatives on economic credibility Taking the lead on the economy
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Party conferences: back to a difficult future Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 8 September 2011 Ahead of party conference season, Tom Mludzinski explores the polling lessons from a turbulent political summer and looks ahead to the economic challenges ahead Party conferences: back to a difficult future
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The public do not trust politicians Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 30 June 2011 Low levels of trust in politicians and journalists alike mean that British politics needs to be more creative about re-building public confidence. The public do not trust politicians
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The AV referendum: who decides? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 4 May 2011 Who will actually bother to vote at tomorrow's referendum? And what impact does a high or low turnout have on the result? The AV referendum: who decides?
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How can a politician not break a promise? By not making one in the first place Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 31 March 2011 In the latest Politics Wire blog, Tom Mludzinski looks at whether politicians can restore trust by making less promises and campaign pledges. How can a politician not break a promise? By not making one in the first place
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