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Sweet F.A. Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 17 May 2014 Professor Roger Mortimore says past results suggest that the winners of this year's F.A. Cup Final may have a bearing on who wins the 2015 General Election. Sweet F.A.
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There's a change in the 'certain to vote' demographic – and it favours Labour Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 4 February 2014 Dr. Roger Mortimore writes in Politics.co.uk: "The thing that determines election outcomes is not how many people support a party but how many vote for it".
There's a change in the 'certain to vote' demographic – and it favours Labour

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Ed Miliband: a 360 degree view Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 20 September 2013 Using 7 public opinion polling 'tests', we gave a 360 degree view of Ed Miliband's leadership of the Labour Party to the EPOP Conference. How does he rate? Ed Miliband: a 360 degree view
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The British aren’t coming: Syria and the legacy of Iraq Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 6 September 2013 Tom Mludzinski delves into the Ipsos MORI archives to see whether there has been an "Iraq effect" on public opinion towards military action. The British aren’t coming: Syria and the legacy of Iraq
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A right royal upbringing Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 26 July 2013 Despite Kate and William’s hopes for some sense of normalcy seven in ten Britons believe it is impossible for children of royalty to have a normal upbringing. A right royal upbringing
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UKIP’s threat to the Conservative Party Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 3 June 2013 The threat UKIP pose to any party is difficult to quantify as little is known about just how well they will be able to compete in a national, General Election in 2015. However, UKIP clearly has the potential to be very dangerous to the Conservative Party UKIP’s threat to the Conservative Party
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Blue Collar women and the Conservative Party Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 6 April 2013 Politics Wire Blog: Tom Mludzinski looks in detail at the Conservative vote share among gender and social grade. Blue Collar women and the Conservative Party
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Immigration - the right thing to be talking about? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 3 April 2013 Politics Wire Blog: Tom Mludzinski discusses why the issue of immigration is once again top of the political agenda. Immigration - the right thing to be talking about?
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Women and the Conservative Party – a deteriorating relationship? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 19 March 2013 The Conservative Party's 'problem with women' is a continuing trend that began long before David Cameron's premiership, writes Tom Mludzinski in his article for ConservativeHome. Women and the Conservative Party – a deteriorating relationship?
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UKIP voters: who are they? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 1 March 2013 Politics Wire Blog: Tom Mludzinski looks at our voting intention trends as he tries to answer the question - 'Who are the people voting for UKIP?'. UKIP voters: who are they?
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